Can I go back in now? When I was a kid, you did something stupid at school and everyone laughed at you, and your face burned red (maybe you even cried in the bathroom); but eventually you went home, and you wanted to die. But come the weekend, it was forgotten, hopefully, by Monday. Eh, … Continue reading To shame or cancel, that is the question
I don’t need to be glued to my phone now because I used to be leashed to it. This is what I’ve figured out is wrong with young people: they don’t wait by the telephone anymore. People blame it all on "instant gratification." If we've heard those two words once, we've heard them a thousand … Continue reading What’s wrong with young people today: no more telephone cords
I don’t know if anyone noticed in the news, but lately there’s been a rash of announced store closings and lay-offs from a lot of retailers. It’s nothing new this time of year. Gotta clear out that deadwood. With those announcements come veiled threats to the remaining stores that if they don’t shape up, they’re … Continue reading Unlovable and Unshoppable: the plight of working at death row department stores
I know they always day "Oh it's the little things in life that count," or that when bad things happen, they give you perspective on life. Yeah of course these are cliches. But then someone will happen to you and it'll knock your socks off how important that little thing was. Like waking up dry … Continue reading It’s the little things. I mean like really little.
A jellyfish. That about sums it all up in a nutshell. One of those nuts that come in a mixed bag and you throw it out because you can't crack it for the life of you and neither can your dad. Except in this case it's a nut with a jellyfish inside of it. The … Continue reading My Life is Governed by Fear