That’s what my brain resembles this morning, only not quite as sweet. That’s right, another overnight shift. Unfortunately for my blog, it was a very uneventful night. Even worse, I found out that my boss’s boss decided that it isn’t necessary for the store to be open 24 hours, and has therefore cut the third shift. That’s right…I’m out of a job. Tonight’s my last night. (I suppose it’d be rather selfish for me to forget to mention that the other third shift guy is out of a job, too.)
Being “let go” is an icky feeling. I’m sure I’ll come up with something better than “icky” to describe it once I’ve had a good day’s sleep.
In the meantime, check out Chapter 1 of <a href=”http://readersandwritersblog.com/fiction/waiting-for-spring/
” target=”_blank”>Waiting For Spring at Readers and Writers Blog. There’s a bunch of other cool new stuff posted there as well, including a new non-fiction short story from Hugh Yonn, “a Florida writer who reflects on the inadvisability of becoming a big-time marijuana dealer.” It’s led to a very interesting discussion about the pros and cons of legalizing marijuana and other drugs.
Speaking of which, it’s time for me to take my Benedryl…