In all my years of losing things, one thing I've never lost is my ATM card. Habitually, I cancel my ATM card, which is also a Visa debit, once every couple of years to prevent identity theft by reporting it lost. Today, though, I reported it lost for the first time for real. I believe I left it in the ATM machine right next to Vagabond Theater in Fells Point.
Speaking of the Fells Point, yesterday was the grand re-opening of the restaurant where I work. Part of the night was serving VIPs from various media around the Baltimore/Washington area, and apparently there will be some big writeups, and here's hoping everything goes well. Last night seemed to be a success.
I expected to make a couple hundred dollars last night, though, and ended up walking with zero. No one paid for anything, so there was no tips. Hopefully, someone will make it fair tonight when I head in. I did work for nearly 11 hours straight there, though I must admit a fair amount of it was spent dancing towards the end. If someone plays "Groove Is In the Heart," I really can't hold myself back. My aching foot is killing me so far this morning, though, but it was worth it.
I have a huge stack of grading to get through, and I now turn my attention to that.
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