Suzi (k00kaburra) wrote,

Work di work

Cleaning out my bookshelves feel good. I was working at that for a few minutes this morning - we're going to BookBuyers tomorrow so I wanted to be sure I had a decent selection to try and sell them - and I found at least fifty paperbacks to try and convice Bookbuyers to stock. A lot of them are crappy - Christopher Pike and R.L. Stine, what can you expect? - but it's worth a shot. Even if I only get a quarter for them, I'd rather not have them in my possession anymore.

Since I was in a cleaning mood, it worked out really well that I went to Bath & Body Works and cleaned up our stockroom. It was looking very good on Friday afternoon when I left! In fact, Friday was nice because I finished shipment early, around twelve, so I had a few hours where I was just sort've floating - I was working hard, but I wasn't rushed, because I didn't have anywhere/anything that HAD to be done immediately.
Tomorrow I go back for floorset prep, so it's another nice day. I'm a bit worried though because the marketing hasn't shown up yet, and that's a big part of what I'm supposed to do tomorrow.

Mom took Seanie and I out to dinner and then we watched the Olympics opening ceremony as long as we could, but everyone was tired so we fell asleep long before Pavoratti stepped onto the stage. Loved the gowns the country sign-bearers were wearing. Yum.

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