Saturday, 18 October 2014

Depriving Days


Today I had to get up early for work and I spent there more time than I actually should. It turned out that there were only two members of staff in for the evening and I got asked if I'd stay an hour longer to help out a bit. So I decided to stay and I survived it. There was however quite a stressful situation when I served a lady and while she walked away she dropped her bottle of wine but she said that she didn't know how it happened and there was wine all over the floor just in front of the massive queue that built up by the time I could serve the next customer. And then it got quite busy and I was on tills until I could go home. Then I quickly grabbed some things and the bus was here just on time. When I finally arrived home I talked to my mum for a bit on Skype because there are some issues with our tickets for Poland and I am so annoyed and angry and I don't know what to do any more. Sometimes I think that it would really be better if I came back to Austria because life would be much easier for me, but I also don't want to leave school just now without any new qualifications.

I don't know how things will turn out, but I surely need to go to Poland for Christmas...

Also, I couldn't do my French homework yet because my tutor didn't tell me what it was until now and now I have to write an essay of 300 words, read a whole book and an article for Monday. I am not sure how this is going to happen, but yeah...
Let's don't forget that I work tomorrow from 8 until 5 again.

I am sorry that today's blog entry is so sad, but this is how life really is.

But to make you smile you can click here to see our latest vlog.

Well, this is how the rest of my evening will look like.




  1. awww try not to stress, it can be horrible when you feel like everything is building up, but stay positive you can do it! id love it if youd comment back xx

    1. Thank you for your kind words Amy! Xx