Monday, May 7, 2007

Short Shift

Today I didn’t mind going to work, I ate good before I left home and even got in a good nap. On my way to work was thinking about what assignments that I had due, for all of my classes the next day. I happened to realize that there were a couple of things that I didn’t do.

So I parked my car, and walked inside the building and said hi to the security guard. I walked to my little station and sat down. I only had about 5 minute to clock in before I was late. I took a couple of calls that weren’t so bad, and some that was really good. But for some reason today I didn’t care if the calls were good or if they were bad. So about an hour and a half later, I get a call and I answer it. It one of the supervisors, He asked me if I wanted to go home early today. I thought about it for a minute, and realized that I need the money, so I said no. he says ok and hangs up. About 30 seconds later he calls back saying that I have to go home because there are way to many people here and that were not getting a lot of calls. What I want to know is why he asked me if I wanted to leave early if I was going to have to leave anyway. That made me mad, but on the other hand I got to chill with my friends.

1 comment:

Derek John Boczkowski said...


This post does read a bit more hurried--there are more grammatical issues here than usual. One note to point out: you use "good" as an adjective to describe a noun (you eat a good meal), and you use "well" as an adverb to describe the state of an action (you eat well). You'd want to use "well" in your first sentence.

Late/no link/grammatical issues: 2/5