What's been particularly difficult for me this week? I'll tell you what's really really really is difficult for me is... I work at a -- I'm an essential employee at an essential business, or deemed an essential business and what really, really gets me going is these people who think that covid-19 is a joke. They think that it's something to laugh at. They think it's hilarious. And they don't feel like we have a big red stop sign outside of our door where it says "You must wear a mask to enter" and we have people that insist that it's their right to enter a private place of business without a mask if they so desire. So what really has been difficult for me this week, I really absolutely hate and despise having to be a gatekeeper for this thing. When I signed up with my employer I didn't sign up to be a gatekeeper. I mean, I'd like to encourage people to wear mask or some kind of face covering and most people, 99.9% of the people are. But I hate, I absolutely despise being forced to be an enforcer and a gatekeeper for this thing. I mean, I understand I always wear my mask and I appreciate other people in retail because I know what it's like to deal with the public about this thing, but I absolutely without a doubt despise having to be a gatekeeper for the having a mask on and that sort of thing. I just hate it, its not something I signed up for and I didn’t care for. I still don’t.
Have you gotten your wisdom teeth taken out do you or your family and funny memories of it? Yeah. I -- I had my wisdom teeth out. It's funny cause I was just talking to a woman on Facebook about this. I had my wisdom teeth out when I was sixteen all four of them, you know was one of those spur-of-the-moment things that suddenly one day my face hurt, went to the dentist, had the wisdom teeth out the next week. I remember that a couple days after I was doing better and I was in the band, the marching band and we were out on the field getting ready to go on to the field to perform during a football game. I remember being under the end zone waiting to go on the field and I sneezed and I popped those sockets. Oh my goodness, the most excruciating pain I've ever felt in all my life. It was awful. It was worse than the initial coming out of the surgery. So that was rough. You know when my ex-husband, when he had his wisdom teeth out you we were living in California, he was probably in his thirties. He went into this big conspiracy freak out when we got out of the facility and I had to take him home. He was like hiding in the van and he’s like, “I don't like this, I'm out of control. I'm out of control. I feel out of control. I don't like this. I'm sure this is –" this is like right around the time Michael Jackson died and he's like, “this is what they gave Michael Jackson to kill him. This is why Michael Jackson died. I know this is what they did” and he's like “I have to hide they're looking for me” and he was like hiding in the van. It was really weird and it was funny and I'm supposed to stop and get him his prescription and some Jell-O and stuff and I'm like, I don't want to leave him in the van alone because I was afraid to take off hiding. He was weird.