Busy Times and Bodacious Banquets

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I don’t really have too much to say today. Yesterday was pretty busy for me, so I didn’t have a chance to really get on to update my blog. I worked from 11:30-4, which was pretty boring since I was training someone. Basically, he did all the work, and I stood there and watched him. I tried to do what I could, but matinee shows are never very busy anyways, so there’s really not much of a need for two people. I did end up going on concession for a while after Mike told me to, since one employee didn’t show up for work. That was interesting. I came to work expecting to train someone on the usher position, and I ended up leaving him alone to rip tickets for a while as I tried to get the concession lineups down to a manageable length.

Anyways, my shift ended, and so I went home and had just under an hour to get ready for Central’s Christmas banquet. We were supposed to dress formally, so I got out my suit and borrowed one of my dad’s green ties for the occasion. Over top of my white dress shirt, I put on my red t-shirt inside out (so the logo couldn’t be seen), and then the green tie on top of that. It looked pretty shnazzy, and was quite festive, if I do say so myself. People seemed to be quite impressed. I was also. I was surprised that I came up with the idea in the first place. I guess I just have too much time on my hands – or maybe not. I’ve been quite busy lately.

With that said, there’s not much else to say. This morning I went to church, and people were basically scrambling around because a whole bunch of people were sick and either didn’t come in, or couldn’t sing, etc. etc. It was pretty crazy, but everyone managed to pull it off. Tonight there’s a youth service, which should be good as long as people show up for that, and that’s about it. That’s all I have to say. I have no deep thoughts, no words of wisdom, and no paradoxical puzzles for you today. Or any day, for that matter. So that’s it. Goodbye.

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