It's official, I've figured out why I hate closing so much, in my brain I can't start any major projects in the morning because I'm so terrified about being late for work, couple that with my own circadian rhythm leaving me tired of people around 8pm, and it's a nice combo for annoyance at work. Alas because the last few business I've been at think "Oh Utka's single, so no significant other so their evenings are free" it's taken me this long to point all the data points together.
I have to stop myself when I say "got the shot, helping things get back to normal." I don't want things to return to the pre-covid status quo, I want society to stay willing to make accommodations for people. I want those of us who've experienced personal growth to not feel like we have to get back to conforming to social norms. And I hope that we start taking public good and public health more seriously.
I've worked retail for the majority of my adult life, heck aside from a 2 year-ish stint at a doctor's office it's been all retail all the time. So the rare occasions when I get two days off in a row, I'm blown away by how much I can accomplish. Leisure breakfast, visiting stores, cleaning house, and a full night sleep? And I'm not "well I don't have another day off for 6 days, I know it's raining but I have to do this", I guess this is another nail in the get outta retail coffin I'm building/
Wandering around in search of adventure, not exactly sure what sort of adventure I'm up to.
Tilt at windmills, dream impossible dreams, dare to be mad in a mad world.