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The entire library book is like this. E.V.E.R.Y. P.A.G.E.: makeup done perfectly, borrowed diamonds shimmering on neck and wrists. Ready to head out to some event that gowr licist, Chris, was smartly taking a he fact that I was sayıng yes and booking as mamys Thursday hows on Thursday in a ball up terviews as he could squeeze into my schedule.I did m Good Morning America interview with Robin Robets. I my Thad said yes to. And as I walked through the foyer to the front door, my daughter Emerson came rushing toward me "MAMA she was hollering, sticky hands outstretched. And then I hit an emotion were One night I was all dressed with the cast of Scandal to The View. I was Annie Leibovitz. I did a live interview in front of an audea photographet at the Smithsonian. I felt like I was everywhere. "Wanna play?" For a split second, it felt like time froze. Like in one of And I was. Everywhere, it seemed, but at home. tion, then spins around just before the hero dude (because somehow in the time-freezing, slow-mo, spin-around movies it is ALWAYS a dude) kicks someone's ass. But there's Emer- Which makes sense. All the things that would chalenge happened outside my just fine. me those action movies where everything goes into slow mo- home. Inside home? Doing son, her one curly tuft of hair bound into a valiant attempt of her head in a way that makes her my At least I thought I was. I mean, I was still a hot-mess mama. I was still working too the top much. I still needed Jenny McCarthy to nanny both the kid at a ponytail on and I can see myself: the blue ball gown, the sticky hands, the toward me. and me. I still needed help. I still wasn't getting enough sleep look like Tweety Bird. She's frozen, then moving toward me But I really thought I was doing fine. Except I started to feel.. in slow motion, and then the whole room is spinning around child hurtling through space irrelevant. ction In my own home, isgh The entire library book is like this. E.V.E.R.Y. P.A.G.E.
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BWW Poor Management....: ***Long Story*** So last night (about 9pm) my fiance and I got off work so we wanted to grab something and beers. We went to the BWW's down the street from our place (the one I worked at for several years,been out of the place for years). We usually go to the one the next town over,but wanted to stay close to home. As we enter in the dining room it was a hot mess looked like a tornado stuck. We sat at the bar since I know the bartender is solo and save her the grief of going back and forth. Took her some time to greet us, understandable since she has several tables and had to make drinks for the dinning room. Got our order in beers all good. In between all this she keeps getting the grubhub drivers in for orders. She has one girl helping her at least getting those orders in the time frame we were there at least a dozen orders being picked up. The bartender was complaining about her shitty shift she's having to the girl helping with the carryout orders. I told my fiance she's about to lose her shit. Also, throughout our visit no Manager present. Then a coworker off the clock comes in to say hi to the bartender and she is venting about everything and that's the moment she lost her shit. Runs back crying, the coworker thats off consoles her and while this is happening she has tables ready to pay including us. We pay and I was going to ask for the Manager to let them have it, and bam now she comes out of the office. She approached us and asked how everything was tonight....I asked if she was the Manager and she said yes. I said it's a shame this girl is busting herself out her by herself with no help! She was like I was in the office doing the schedule for the next 3 weeks. I told her how I used to work her and that I have been in her shoes before and it's not fair she had to suffer out here. She said some bs like she's been doing this for a while and if she needed help she could have gotten me, and I said how could she when she had all this going on? She said she is writing up the other 2 ppl that could have informed her. I am still pissed about this happening, I have been in this industry for over half my life and have been in management for almost 15 years. Number 1 rule as a Manager be available to your staff and guests at all times BWW Poor Management....
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Thank you Reddit: After one year being part of the Reddit community, I can only say this: Thank you for being how you are At first, I was a little bit confused, because I was used to the Instagram/Twitter/Snapchat model, in which you could only follow/subscribe to individuals. But I quickly understood that Reddit was conceived with the concept of "community" in mind. This change of perspective is so subtle, yet so powerful: Now it's not about making yourself stand out from the noise of every other user that is seeking for his/her five seconds of fame; it's not about trying every single trick in the book (and inventing new ones) to make people like (or whatever) your posts. It's not about a narcissistic competition, it's about supporting the communities and understanding what makes each one of them unique Each subreddit has it's own personality and purpose, and that's what makes this platform so great. Every post is well categorized and you know exactly what to expect when you enter in a subreddit. Some of them have rules that, even if sometimes can be a little annoying, help keeping the subreddit clean, organized and free of trolls. And this is one of the most surprising things I've noticed during this year: the value redditors give to honesty and the truth. I give thanks to everyone that has ever linked a source or the original post in the comments of a misleading post or a repost, and to all those people that provided a great explanation when it's really needed. People here care and are grateful for actual facts On Instagram you are bombarded by a hot mess of posts from people wanting to show everyone how great their life is and how much of a good time they are having. Here, you are able to really choose what you want to watch and you have a huge rage of options, not just euphoria and partying. I have laughed, cried, felt powerless, scared, disturbed, amazed and most importantly proud. Proud of being part of a community in which people are willing to show their darkest and most vulnerable parts of their lives, as well as their personal victories For all of these things and more, thank you Reddit. Thank you Reddit

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