Jimmy the turtle doesn't seem to be eating much, but then again I don't know how much a turtle eats. He ate some cabbage the other day, but he won't eat lettuce, and he doesn't seem to be eating the turtle/reptile food I was given to feed him. I suppose he'll eat when he gets hungry enough.
A big thunderstorm rolled in around 3am last night and woke me up, this just after I finally got back to sleep following my awakening at 1am by drunken neighbors shouting and singing in Spanish. I tell ya, if there's a language to shout and sing in while drunk, Spanish is it...much more mournful than if it were in English.
We have these Twilight wall banners at the store, and I told one of my employees I'd buy them a beverage from the cafe if he wore it for an hour. Well, he draped it around his back, and we spent the next hour calling him Captain Twilight. I also told my staff that I would wear banners front and back plus reindeer antlers if they reached a particular book drive goal by 3pm. I taunted, I teased, they reached the goal, and I donned two banners and the antlers and proceeded to prance about the store. Then my boss arrived, and we gave them another goal which they reached, and I made my boss wear a banner and the antlers for a few minutes. I specifically made her walk up to the cashwrap and show all my cashiers her outfit. The customers thought it was hysterical, and one lady told me 'good job for delegating up!'.
I need some more ideas of things I can do to keep the staff happy and engaged and motivated. Obviously, I am not above personal humiliation, so give me all your best ideas. I mostly need ideas that don't cost any money and are fairly simple to execute.
And in other news...nah, I really don't have other news. I'm tired and going to sleep a really long time now.