What Summer Taught me
Tuesday 27th September, 2011 - 11:01pm
Not even going to reference my long absence from this blog. Although I sort of just did. Whoops. Long story short, I returned to school in New York and sort of got caught up in the end of my summer and the beginning of the school year.
The following is a little overview of my summer and the random tidbits of knowledge that I picked up along the way.
It’s impossible to not to go bed late. I started my summer sleeping at like 10 pm. That quickly transitioned to like 2 am.
Working isn’t fun. I hate the real world.
The customer isn’t always right, but we’ll pretend they are. This was like the motto of my short career as a receptionist. Customers complain like crazy about crap I can’t control but whatever, juts go with it. They don’t wanna pay twenty bucks? Discount ten and call it a day.
Jetskiing is life. Gotta get me one of those.
Teen clubs suck. But it was worth it because I added Lil Chris on Facebook. (see previous posts)
Wear sunscreen. The Florida sun has no mercy for pale skin.
It’s difficult to scream when plummiting down a 120ft water slide. Especially when said slide is at a 90 degree angle straight down and your bathing suit gets stuck in places bathing suits should not get stuck.
Hammock + Disney World + 2AM + Sweet 16 = perfection. ‘Nuff said.
There are infact humane ways to kill a fish. But we’ll call what happened “assisted suicide.” (Stay tuned for a full post explaining this little adventure.