It's official. I'm no longer a Wal-Mart employee. I'm glad to be rid of the angry customers and the blue vest, but I'm definitely going to miss the people I worked with. They were a lot of fun.
posted by Amy : 7:49:27 PM
Happy Birthday, Billy!
I hope you're enjoying your birthday over there in Germany.
By the way, we're still waiting for German post cards...
posted by Amy : 11:14:29 AM
Now that I'm safely back in my hole-in-the-wall, I'd like to report that my venture to & from State College was a success. Last night, I was treated to a night "downtown" with Mr. & Mrs. Hirth. We went to the infamous CrowBar to hear an interesting band called Axum. They were entertaining, to say the least. They're relatively "unknown" and have a seemingly good relationship with their fan-base. Good enough that they lost a laser tag challenge to their fans in State College and the deal was that they had to wear dresses for their show. So I saw four grown men in dresses, which has it's own set of moral issues, but 3 out of four of the dresses were very modest, and at least it shows that they're guys who keep their word, right?
posted by Amy : 8:13:53 PM
Today I'm writing from my sister's dorm room. I'm out visiting for a few days before I finish up at Wal-Mart and start my new job. Today, I finally taught her (and her boyfriend) to play a domino game called Mexican Train. It's a fun game. Mostly, I'm writing this post so that I can save the link. It has a computer version of the game which is a thing because then I can play even when I can't convince people to play with me.
posted by Amy : 8:11:15 PM