We have been so busy at work--I am glad I am getting 4 straight days off. We havent been selling cars so we have decided to "add-on" to the business. We are going to add a produce market and it is a lot of work to get ready for.
Today me and my boss lady went out to the Farmer's Market and learned a lot of things.
1. We better get there by 5 a.m. to get the good stuff. So at least once a week I will become a 3:30 a.m. riser. Not exactly my cup of tea, but I think I can handle it one or two times a week.
2. Farmers are funny. I enjoyed chatting them up. For the first time in a long time I felt as if I still had "it" going on. I guess I do if I am talking to a 60 year old man. Too bad my taste runs almost pedophilia like. I am attracted to the young ones. It is just the older I get the less they like me. If only they knew what they were missing. I have references and will travel.
3. Prices vary from truck to truck and market to market. Saving a buck could mean saving $100.00 bucks in the long run.
4. The pavement gets hot and hurts your feet terribly after about an hour. I was having fun but fast approaching the "I want to leave stage." And I am going to have to go do this about once a week. So I guess I better get ready for some sore feet.
We will open on next Thursday. This is going to leave me a lot less time for playing on the computer. This part makes me sad. But it could very well save my job if we are even halfway successful. And I really dont want to look for another job right now.