I thought my cold had cleared up but it resurged this morning and as such my day was uncomfortable. Training went well, nothing I didn’t understand. I barely spoke the entire day, the first time was when I was asked something open ended by the other DnD guy, I replied with how I did overtime yesterday, a third individual chipped in, I didn’t say anything of substance during the short conversation, I need to stop stating facts and start inserting opinions.
Since it was Valentines Day, work was giving out cupcakes, I didn’t want one but I knew I was going to have one anyway. As they were being handed out my trainer asked me if I wanted one, seemed unnecessary, maybe I was staring too hard at hers. Gluten free was on offer but I didn’t have the nerve.
Played 3DS during break as usual, ate my usual 200 calorie banana and yoghurt during lunch too. Using the rest of my lunch break I shopped around for burgundy trainers, seems burgundy clothing in general is quite popular now, didn’t find anything better than what I saw previously but I was put right off them after seeing a paki wearing a pair I liked.
The final social interaction of the day was at the end when we were shadowing again, I got the gay (not relevant) guy again, he’s colourful and just as nice as everyone else. I didn’t have much to ask him since I learned a lot today in training. He made some jokes but I can’t fake laugh, only smile and I don’t know how to respond when people want you to know their feel (e.g. “That customer was such a pain!”), I just look away and maybe try to smile. Bit confused as to why our trainer assigned some of us specific people to shadow, I was second in the queue/line but when she spotted available people to shadow she plucked specific people from my training group who were behind me to partner with them.
When I got home I ate a jacket potato and a bit of gluten free chocolate my mum bought once I got home. I watched the PSG/Barca game since it was on free TV.
Played some more Hearthstone. Running Zoolock.
Down about facial hair again.