Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: United States, Northeast
I started working at a gas station. The hardest part about it is getting there, and starting the day for some reason. After I'm there for awhile, I get used to it, and I feel a little better (unless it's a bad day). Talking/developing some type of friendship with the coworkers is one of the harder parts. I'm still working on that. If I worked at a gas station that wasn't in my town, it would be better, because I wouldn't have to talk much to the customers. Everyone knows each other, so that kind of sucks, but if it was some random out of the way place, it would probably be random people coming in mostly and I wouldn't have to be as friendly and talkative.
shyness is nice, and shyness can stop you from doing all the things in life you'd like to.