March 26, 2018
Wow. My Mondays really are the same every week.
I woke early today wishing Winter would go away and let Spring come to play. I had to move my car at 7am in 20-degree weather. I ran back inside and turned my radiator heater on high. Simultaneously jumping back in bed until I got warm.
After crawling out of bed and getting dressed for work I walked over to the kitchen for breakfast. I had a quick bowl of Frosted Flakes cereal with a piece of cheese flavored cake. (it tastes like regular pound cake)
Work starts at 10:30 and since it is Monday I have a routine to follow. Teixeira’s Bakery here I come. There was no order placed for pick up today so I had to wait in line like everyone else. The scary good part of going to the bakery today was the fact that no one was there. I have been going to that bakery for a little over 2 years now and I have never been the only customer in line. I could not believe what I had witnessed. Just like every other Monday before I picked up hoagie rolls, custard cups and cappuccinos.
Work was a breeze today. For two reasons to be exact,
- It was a smooth service
- It was super windy (or breezy)
The wind was so strong that it almost tipped me over. This kept people inside and away from us. Making service basically non-existent and simple.
We cleaned up and was on the road by 3:15pm. My coworker has a dinner shift tonight so we stop at 99 Ranch for a few things. Of course when I walk in there, bags of snacks come out with me. In the bags were hazelnut wafers, mango Hi-Chew, a big chocolate chip and M&M cookie, and a pudding milk tea from CoCo Fresh. My next couple of days are going to be great!
I got home at 4:45pm. I showered up and got dressed because it is Monday training night. We actually had a guest speaker come in. A gentleman from AIG who is a great friend of our office. He broke down an annuity program that people over the age of 50 can take advantage of to prepare for retirement. It sounds like a great product for me to study up on and learn. Definitely a great training!
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