Wednesday, May 15, 2013

A Day in the Life of Someone Who Works Two Jobs

My life used to be interesting. I used to live in France. Then New York and Toronto. I traveled. I went to museums. I met people from all over the world.

But now I work all the time, and I see Beau & my friends on my few days free. I still do interesting things with Beau... Get your mind out of the gutter! I mean, we go to museums, and the zoo, and the occasional sporting/theatrical event. It's just that I have to spend so much time working because of stupid health insurance that we don't have as much time to do interesting things.

Today's prompt is a photo prompt of your day. I took all my pictures yesterday. I ate food, and I worked two jobs. Yay.

Which black/white/gray shirt will I wear to the JCP Salon tonight?

Fast Lane tea by Celestial Seasonings and oatmeal aka daily breakfast

At my first job with candles that burn unevenly and one that won't burn at all because the wick is stupid

Finishing my first job early and treating myself to lunch/dinner at Mimi's Cafe

Sparkling wine flight, bacon, potatoes, muffin. Delicious!
At my second job, JCP. At least I was closing in the salon and not out on the floor!
And then I skyped with Beau and went to bed by 10:30pm. I didn't take a picture of that.

Please tell me your life isn't more interesting than mine. Let me connect with other people who work a lot.



  1. Mmmmm....I love Mimi's Cafe! It's the best. Also, those nail polishes look fun. I've never worked retail, but I think it could be interesting.

    1. Yes, I'm obsessed with Mimi's Cafe, but I can't go too often. I try to limit my eating out expenditures. The JCP Salon carries OPI products exclusively. It takes a lot of willpower not to buy any of them. I took a picture of our Euro Centrale line and our Great & Powerful Oz collection.


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