The Passage of Time [Invite] Jan 3, 2021 0:21:16 GMT -6
Post by Kon on Jan 3, 2021 0:21:16 GMT -6
It was probably a bad idea, one that would most definitely come back to bite her. The past couple of years of hard work would likely be undone by her decision, but Kon currently couldn't care enough. Although her life was comfortable, she wasn't happy. How could she be now that her warrior's spirit was once again revitalized? A mundane life was not one fit for someone like her, and now that she had finally realized this, she was most definitely going to take advantage of it as much as she possibly could. The first step was to quit her day job, the one that was hindering her freedom and chaining her to one spot. Besides, it was most likely a dead-end job anyway so she was just speeding up the process. She had already handed in her two-week notice, but certainly, extra revenue to help cushion the inevitable decline was always helpful. Now the only thing she had to do was finish out the last few shifts before she would finally be liberated from this stressful obligation.
Kon's PL: 82,000
In all honesty, she didn't even hate her job that much. Working at a restaurant definitely had its perks, including the occasional free meal. However, Kon was over the fact that she had to be polite all the time, even with rude customers. The only reason she was even civil within these last few shifts of hers was that she wanted to reap the full benefits of her job. If it weren't for this small roadblock, she had no problem teaching those annoying patrons some manners with her words or maybe her fists. As entertaining as the latter thought was, Kon, didn't want to go to jail quite yet or lose her reputation in the small chance she wanted to come back if everything failed once more.
As if! There was currently no way in hell she was coming back here!
Her life right now sucked, and honestly, she couldn't wait till she could drop everything and just enjoy herself. After what felt like days, her eight-hour shift was finally nearing its end as the restaurant came to a close. Once again, she would probably be the one doing closing protocols, although she was used to it at this point. Besides, she had the entire place to herself. By now most of her co-workers and customers had left, leaving her to clean up everything once again. Even if they were technically still open for another ten minutes, she doubted that anyone would come in, to begin with. People had enough decency for that at the very least, right?