To sum up this morning’s shift, it was very easy. Just before the lunch rush (if you could even call it that), I got the last batch of dough done. After that, I kept busy for the rest of the shift and completed the drop. The balance was +$0.33. Very good for a Sunday shift.
After I finished work, I helped myself to a “free” Quarter Pounder with Cheese. Why the quotations? Because it really wasn’t free. Despite the food game piece that I gave them, it cost an extra $0.35 for them to put jalapeños on it! First world problems, I know.
After the not-so-free Quarter Pounder with Cheese at McDonald’s, I went to Meijer to solve the problem with my cereal shortage. I bought 10 boxes of cereal, two gallons of milk and another bottle of Chipotle Tabasco Sauce. With this shopping errand done, I made my way back to Sanford.
Once in Sanford, I stopped at another McDonald’s, where I redeemed my last Monopoly at McDonald’s food game piece: Any Small Frappe or Small Smoothie. I redeemed a Mocha Frappe, which was actually free this time. It didn’t cost extra to make it mocha.
When I got home, I drank my small Mocha Frappe and completed the outside errand of raking up the piles of pine needles. I then washed the dishes. All in a day’s work.
Muse: I’ll say.
What’s left is to unwind and enjoy what’s left of this day.
Muse: Another busy day I wager?
An early morning oven shift. This one will be long, from 8 to 5.
Muse: Nine hours? You better not stay up too late.
I won’t. I never do on these kinds of nights.
Muse: I’ll leave you to your evening. I’m off to do some reading. Good night if I don’t see you!
Good night, Muse.
With 10 boxes of cereal, I won’t have to worry about running out for a while. With just two hours left to enjoy my evening, I better get going on that.
Today’s high is going to be 58 degrees and the silver lining is having a pantry full of cereal.
To those of you who love cereal shopping, I hope that you all have a fantastic day.
Muse: Cereal? That’s the good thing about me being an Intangible. I only have a diet of ideas so I never have to worry about restocking them. Time for a delicious idea dinner!