The Preacher’s Daughters Part the Red State

Well, it’s official.  My sister is leaving me.  She’s going to move north, and I’m going to stay here, for now at least.  I am looking for a new job.  The one that I have is not bad, but it doesn’t pay worth a shit.  Therefore I have decided to stick it out here as long as I can, or until the stalkers run me out of town.  Actually I am just trying to give myself time to find a really awesome job making boat loads of money.  An added benefit will be that I’ll be here all alone and have plenty of peace and quiet.  Hopefully that will mean that I will finally be able to get some work done on my book.  You know, the book that I’ve been working on for over a year now.

The only other news that I have is about my new stalker/friend Harry.  I did end up seeing him again.  He picked me up from work yesterday and we went out to dinner.  I have to say though, for a stalker with an abundance of family drama, he’s a fairly nice and normal guy.  It’s too bad that he’s not going to make the cut.

Oh, another odd thing happened.  My boss had to drive me over to his other store this morning, and as soon as I got in the truck he said, “So what’s the deal with that man?”  He was talking about Harry.  I tried to play it off and said, “Nothing.”  He then kept asking what was the deal with Harry and asked what he did and all kinds of questions that were just a little too personal for a boss to be asking an employee.

I have my own ideas as to the reason behind his little interrogation, but I’d rather hear what you have to say about it.

Happy humping & Vote Willie!

4 thoughts on “The Preacher’s Daughters Part the Red State

  1. I’m guessing you’re thinking your boss was a little jealous? That’s what it sounds like to me. Then again, maybe taking you away from work was his way of being nosey without doing it in the confines of work cuz he knows that would be inappropriate. Like my boss the other day asked me “as a friend” if the father of my child “was the marrying kind”. It’s not the first time he’s brought it up either. I know he likes me as an employee, but I can tell it bothers him that I’m having a child out of wedlock and he nearly choked when I told him that he was getting my last name. Write down what happens and the dates of anything fishy. You may not, but you may need it as evidence one day. People are weird and they try to get by with things they know they shouldn’t.

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