I think that every town has a pizza joint that makes that BEST pizza.In MY hometown there is a place that has the best carry-out.
YOU call and you have to wait forever on a Friday night
and it's actually kinda expensive compared to the big chain pizza places but no one cares.
Because it's the BEST!
So the other day I got to thinking about it.
It's been forever and a day since I have had pizza from there.
And then I'd want some Pop, with lots of ice.
I kept thinking about it all day at work. I mean, how bad could it be to break my healthy eating just this once.
...for their Sausage Pizza.
It's so spicy that I sometimes wake up the next morning with my eyes swelled shut.
But it's always worth it.
And I've been doing good so far.
Sure, I've hit a plateau and have been stuck for a while but...
Anyway, on this day at work, I was up front in the reception area.
They were short-handed because one of the girls went to a training thing.
A customer came up to the front desk asked the girl there, to speak to THAT woman and points toward the group of us.
The front desk girl thought she meant me.
I walk up and the woman said, "Oh No. I meant the woman with the RED top on.
So I go get the woman with the red top and she helps the customer with whatever it was.
Afterward I asked if the customer had some detailed question and whether or not I should be offended by the fact that she must have thought I couldn't answer it.
I was saying all of this in a light hearted manner. Joking.
It's not that I really cared, I was just curious.
My co-worker replied that - "No, it wasn't anything involved at all".
She wasn't even sure why the woman had specifically asked for her.
I replied "OK, just wondered" and she said "Yeah, I don't know" as she shook her head and then said "I mean, either one of us fat girls could have helped her."
I suppose that if I was OBESE, she wouldn't have said that out loud.
So maybe in some weird way, I shouldn't be bothered by the remark.
I mean if she's comfortable enough to say it....
I did NOT get pizza later.
So, Thanks! (I guess.) I needed that remark.