She hadn’t worked there very long—maybe a couple months—and now she’s moving out of state and getting a job where she gets to use her college degree. I think she said it was in business communication but I’m not sure.
I could always tell she was smart and there was also a wit to her I liked. If I hadn’t of blown it on Monday, I would have told her that.
Some employees there at the Walgreens in Covington make that store their career. I’ve made friends with some of the younger ones and I encourage to get out when they can—don’t get stuck behind a cash register all your life.
That employee who left Walgreens on Monday was a young girl in her early 20’s. She told me once when she first started working there that she wanted to get married and have a lot of babies. I told her my babies were 28 and 31. She got a kick out of that.
Now, I’ll never see her again.
Goodbye, you young Walgreens cashier you. I wish you nothing but the best.
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