Going into work on your day off because there's no one else around to do the job for various reasons to do a job that you normally don't do based on continuous reassurances that everything will be fine and that everything is taken care of. I volunteered for the good of all.
Uh huh. Right.
And then everything goes wrong from the moment you walk in and what should have been a pretty laid back 8 hour day ("Oh, bring a book so you won't be bored!") turns into a 10 - 12 hour hell fest.
Of which I'm still in the midst of even as we speak.
And to top it off, there's a barbershop quartet outside the door of the Inn participating in the annual Spirit Walk.
And they are irritating me.
I'm still waiting on late check-ins because there is only room for one set of keys in our after hours lockbox and all the rooms are late. The Innkeeper is still an hour out of C'ville on her way back from NC.
Breakfast was utter chaos. Everyone down at once and wanting to check out at the same time. And the elderly Israeli couple could not understand that I do not deliver a bill for their stay to their room.
Did I mention that I was getting irritated by the barbershop quartet? They're at it again.