Today was a holiday for my workplace — Good Friday. It goes back decades. Take into account that Guam is about 80 to 85 percent Catholic, and at one time was about 95 percent Catholic.
I like working on holidays, because it means double-time. Extra cash in the paycheck is always nice. Last night I had to work a late shift to cover for one of my staff who was off. Not so nice working your job and then another job ... but sometimes it's gotta be done.
Here's me on the right. Can't you feel how excited I am to be in at the office so late in the evening? Heh.
Those are the main supply cabinets back there, by the way. Pens, notebooks and folders galore.
What's worse is that I still have some work to do before I go to sleep. Gotta do some writing. Two relatively short pieces. And at least I'm somewhat in a writing mood/zone. Plus, the topics don't require tons of research.
So ... I'm gonna get to that. Later folks.
Random Guam Fact Of The Day:
• The predominance of Catholicism on Guam dates back to the Spanish, who shoved every aspect of their culture, including their religion, down the throats of all indigenous people they came across. But then again, so did most European explorers. Fuckers.