Friday, June 19, 2009

Exercise is Fun?!

Exercising fun. I think NOT! I was in GameStop the other day drooling over a Wii Fit when some lady bought this:

Well, i drool over that, too. :( I got to watch some people play it and these guys were really working up a sweat!


If only I didn't have bills...hehe

One of my favorite blogs, The Dirty Shirt, is having a giveaway! Guess what she is giving away?


Wii Active!!!

Hop on over to her blog and enter for yourself. If you are lucky enough to win, GIVE IT TO ME!

Just kidding, there's always Christmas.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

It's my 2nd job!

Thanks for the well wishes! I did get 2 emails from one panicked parent and another from a friend.

No, I didn't quit my day job! :) I still work at the school, and will be back when school's back in session in August!

This is ME trying to get a bit more cash flow!

Thanks parent and friends! :) I appreciate your concern and emails!

Welcome to Wal*Mart!

Hello! If anyone is in the Syracuse area and is bored, come look for me at Wal*Mart!

I started there last Thursday, and I'm a cashier for the summer or until I get child support. (Looks like a long term commitment....Lol!)

Yesterday, I was cashiering, and Jimmy came through my line. He leaned over and kissed me goodbye.

The next people in line were a little old guy and his wife. The little old guy asked me,"How can I get one of those?"

"One of what?" I asked.

"I'd like one of those kisses!" he laughed.

I just looked at his wife and she was just smiling. "Don't offer, because he will take you up on it!"

I explained that the man I had kissed was my fiancee. The little old guy was having fun teasing me, "Well, that's false advertising!"


I feel I need to defend the people greeter position. :) No disrespect intended to ANYONE, regardless of race, religion, sex, age, disability or anything else!


Near the end of my shift yesterday, I was asked to give the people greeter his lunch. No problem. I'm getting paid, what do I care what I do? (Within reason...)

I noticed how people would look at me strangely. I'd say 90% of them looked at my name tag. When a few ladies had returns, they talked different than they would have if I were at a register. They talked slower, louder and enunciated their words nicely.

So, people who shop at Wal*Mart:

DO NOT assume that just because someone is a People Greeter they have a disability! It's cool that society is respectful of this position, but do I look or act disabled? LOL

I thought about taking Jeff Dunham's "Walter" stance:

"Welcome to Wal*Mart. Get your $**t and get out!!"

Just Kidding. :)


This is the coolest dog ever!