Tuesday, June 16, 2015 Whiter Teeth

Woke up:                     San Diego, California, USA

Went to sleep:            San Diego, California, USA

Today I spent the day searching for a job.

Last night I whitened my teeth.  A couple times per month I sleep with plastic “trays”, made to form the profile of my teeth, filled with a jelly like chemical compound, basically bleach, in my mouth.  The next morning I place the trays in a cup of warm water to rinse, leaving them on the counter for Peter’s approval, and “Voila!”  white teeth.  I know it’s silly, but I feel more confident when I do this.

I applied for a job at The Galley, the restaurant here at the marina.  I noticed most of the waitresses look 12.  I asked the hostess if they hire “mature” women.  She said, “Oh, yeah!  We have lots of old ‘servers’.”  I should have spanked her.

Then, I walked three miles up the road and applied for a job at Whole Foods.  If all they paid me was groceries it would be a windfall.

I’m meeting with the Chula Vista marina manager this morning to hammer out the details of our yoga program.  Peter has already left this morning to look for work.

Peter - off to look for work

Peter – off to look for work

As Oma used to say, “No grass grows under our feet.”

About Susan M. Gierga

Everyone already knows everything there is to know about me. I wear my heart on my sleeve. To learn current details. Visit my blog, CruisingwithCaptainPeterandtheAdmiral.
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1 Response to Tuesday, June 16, 2015 Whiter Teeth

  1. Lynn says:

    Your teeth are so beautiful and white, I thought it was Peter that was whitening his teeth. LOL…(I have no idea if he whitens his teeth or not) Regarding the 12-year old, yes she does need a spanking. The only silver lining is she will grow old, just like the rest of us. Both of you keep up the job search. There a employers that will lucky to have you working for them. Good luck!

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