i get to work and of course all co-workers are in good spirits. I count my drawer and start ringing up customers. I get to talk to them for less than a minute. Tell them to have a great day and they leave and I wait on the next person in line. If there are no customers I'll ask my co-worker if she would go stock the cooler, and usually they do, if not then I go and do it before the boss shows up. When the boss shows up I ask her what she would like me to do for her, she treats me like her assistant manager but I don't have that title, So on a typical day I take inventory of the lottery machine and but that information in the computer that goes to the main office. All of us co-workers get along great, there is a lot of diversity there. On certain days of the week, the boss lets me do the truck order for the store, which we do twice a week. I like the management team as well as the owners, they are good people to work with and they treat me and the rest of the team like family. The hardest past of my job is leaving, I really like my job, the team and the customers, but I know I'll be back my next working day to see them all. The most enjoyable part of my day is seeing my favorite customers, calling them by name, and they calling me by name and seeing them smile and making them laugh.