So I was at work all day today, and my feet are currently considering defecting from my legs. I work as a barista/waitress in a café, and this is essentially my life. I would also like to add:
- PLEASE DO NOT COMPLAIN THAT WE CLOSE IN 5 MINUTES WHEN YOU CAME IN AND MESSED AROUND SENDING ME TO THE STOREROOM FOR INANE ITEMS FOR THE PREVIOUS 10
- IF YOU HAVE A VOUCHER FOR FREE COFFEE PLEASE GIVE IT TO ME BEFORE I RING UP YOUR ORDER. FFS
- IF YOU SAY “2 LATTES” AND I SAY “SO THAT’S 2 LATTES” TO WHICH YOU SAY YES, DO NOT SAY “I ONLY WANTED ONE” WHEN I PLACE 2 LATTES IN FRONT OF YOU.
Most of my customers are lovely though, and the regulars are really nice. Most of the time.
Today’s word to explore is sleep, and I am in desperate need of it. I had to get up at 7 today (boohoo, you’re all saying, but I AM A STUDENT I DON’T DO UNEARTHLY HOURS) and I am knackered after being on my feet all day. I also have to get up early tomorrow to catch the train back to uni for the last time ( 😥 ), because I’m graduating this week! (HELP).
So yeah, if you see a zombie wandering around Hull this week, it’s me – please feed me coffee.
I would like to finish today’s entry by posing a question: if you have been sleeping in late recently because you’re tired, is it better to
- Sleep it out?
- Be woken up early to “regulate the clock”?
I personally am in favour of option 1. I AM SLOTH HEAR ME SNORE*!
entries will come a lot later in the day until Thursday because graduation and uni and things
Hope you’re all ok out there
*i don’t snore, just FYI