It did energize my morning! showed up to work feeling perkier then normal! haha Day was estimated small, but ended up being a big day! My first few customers were first timers. I helped them shop around the store and gave them recomendations. One of the lady's was so excited about how I helped her and how she found what she needed! She kept saying thank you and you did such a good job! She asked if I was a manager. When I responded with no, she said "Well you should be!" It made my day =) Reminds me of another customer connection i made the other day. She asked if I was the oldest in my family. I said yes. The she commented on how responsible I am and such a great helper and she appreciated what I helped her find. These customers are what make my job worth it. I love making these connections and making people's days by helping them feel confident about what they bought. And being honest with them too, and not just trying to be a "sales" person.
The rest of my work day went well. After work I bought a couple shirts with the extra discount we were getting because of how our store was doing. They're cute =) A green lace tshirt and a strapless white silky babydoll top with speckles of purple and blue and a black piece of fabric right above the stomach. It's cute.
Headed home, sat and visisted with mom in the craft room that she's putting back together after it being a guest room this past year. Made me excited to scrapbook again. She showed me two pictures she found while sorting through some boxes in the craft room.
Sunflowers - favorite flower then, favorite flower now! Me at age 14 months! =)
My camera went everywhere with me then too! This is me at age 6 in my room that was being built at our house in Charlotte, NC. Carrying around my camera!
I ate leftovers for dinner. With sourdough bread - my favorite! Concluded dinner with graduation cake I came home to find! My mom had been hiding it in the freezer! I was excited to find it! =)
Then went on a bike ride with Dad and mark down to Albertsons where Dad bought us Icees. Yum!
Came home, and looked for photography ideas online. I have a senior photo session on Monday with Coreanna Hodge in Yakima. I don't know the area, so a little nervous bout it, but i'm sure it will go great! I have a couple ideas I'm excited to use.
I wrote Philippians 4:4-7 in English and Spanish and posted it on my closet door. While finshing to memorize my favorite bible passage, I can begin to learn it in spanish and practice my spanish! perfect!