Journal Entries #26-#30.docx - Bree Algarin English 236\u2014Creative Writing I Feb 17 2019 Week 3 Journal#26 The Sounds at Work It was a rough day after a

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Bree Algarin English 236—Creative Writing I Feb. 17, 2019 Week 3 Journal #26: The Sounds at Work. It was a rough day after a long day’s work. It was a typical Tuesday at work, slow yet steady. Seniors filled the store due to it being Senior Day. Every senior day they got an extra 10 percent off their purchase. I would hear the older woman discuss their time at water aerobics, or at bingo. I chuckled at the little conversations they’d have. Talking about their grandbabies, and husbands. It was the cutest things. Many people at my job don’t really like senior day, due to some seniors being grumpy and a bit rude. Lucky for me I get all the pleasant, sweet, little senior ladies or couples. Other then the noises of chatter about customers… I occasionally hear the sound of a child having a tantrum. I despise this noise at my job. You’ll hear the child screaming, “MOMMY! I WANT IT!” or “MOMMY YOU’RE NOT FAIR!” Ugh, I can not stand that sound. I am going to college to become a teacher, but I cannot stand bratty little children like them. I love hearing the sounds of a baby cooing or laughing at their mother or fathers face. It makes my heart smile with joy. Besides the noise’s customers make, I hear noises of my stock team stocking up shelves and clothing racks. The loud rumbling noises of carts, and bins can be heard from across the store. “ Brmmmmm, brrmmmmm.” is all I hear throughout the morning hours at work. I hear metal clanking from the merchandise that are on the metal stock cart. I would rather hear these noises then a screaming child. If on a headset that is connected throughout the store, I hear the orders from my manager and loss prevention employee. “Make sure you keep the front end clean.” or “Watch the man with the red hoodie, and a black beanie.” I enjoy talking on the headset, even if I fret on how to word my questions and what not. Eventually, I get the words write and I hear a response from one of my managers. Sometimes on headset I will hear a static sound noise, meaning someone clicked the headsets button by accident. The sounds of my job are all over the place. They can be loud, obnoxious noises or calm, silent noises. I guess those are the normal sounds of the workplace.
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Bree Algarin English 236—Creative Writing I Feb. 17, 2019 Week 3 Journal #27: Love. Love is widely different expressed emotion throughout the world. Some people may think love is just between two partners, and family. I believe love is expressed with partners, family, and friends. Valentine’s day is coming up and most people believe that it is just a day spent between lovers. I believe it can be celebrated with anyone you love. Your mom, dad, best friend, anyone! Love isn’t just limited to one person, it is a universal emotion. People around the world have different love languages. A love language is the way you express love in your own way. There are five different love languages that most people are nowadays.
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