He has five registers to monitor for efficiency, and seeks opportunities to take out his frustrations on his subordinates.
She is thrilled to be able to tell me a story from her past when I engage her as a human should.
The woman behind her is staring at the one trying to pay with a check, frustrated at the time it’s taking.
The daughter of the man behind her is getting restless in the cart, and her father relishes the opportunity to show us all how he supports her.
The cashier continually apologizes to us all.
I ask her, “For what?” and smile.
We’re all in the same boat, and we’ll all get where we want to be, when we need to get there.
No reason to be sorry for that.