18 Aug 2017


18 Aug 2017 09:49 pm
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I worked at the local grocery today, handing out samples of yogurt. Six hours of standing on hard concrete under glaring light while smiling and maintaining a welcoming demeanor. Dehydrated, tired and hungry, I came home rather grouchier than normal. Dehydration muddles up everything. Can't think straight to cook. Numbers make less sense. I get to do it all over tomorrow.

I am also juggling Ursula's Alcove's orders, answering questions, doing receipts, ordering merchandise, and so much more. Have patience please. Keeping multiple peoples' questions straight while trying this juggling act is not easy. See, there is no take-a-number system when dealing with me online. I answer everyone in the order received. Unfortunately, it may appear to you that you are my one and only customer, but there could actually be three people ahead of you. So please have patience especially if an answer requires me to unload a fully packed truck that just came home from a big show. And also prod me in case I owe you information. Notes at large events have a tendancy to get lost. Thanks. I will do my best! As always, I appreciate your business.


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