“Hi, my name is Darryl, and you know what I get.”
They warned me about him.
I said, “Hi, my name is Elizabeth. I’m new. I don’t know what you get.”
He was dirty. The old truck was dirty, almost as old as he was. You know: man-of-the-soil dirty.
He didn’t answer me, only smiled like I was a small child and zoomed to the next window.
“Darryl!” I hollered and then sighed. Exasperation, in this job… it came as easy as breathing. Continue reading