Just kidding. It looks like he did a nice job answering your questions, thanks for keeping him so busy. I’m always worried that if he isn’t kept busy he’ll start doing bizarre Rentaro things, and I seriously didn’t want that to happen while he was staying in my apartment. I was worried I’d get back and something like this would happen.
Me: How’d it go?
Rentaro: I fixed all of the problems with the electricity, and I also fixed that problem you’ve been having with your toaster.
Me: What problem with my toaster?
Rentaro: Oh yeah, right. That wasn’t a problem. I just thought it would be funny if it did a little dance while making toast.
Me: Is that what it does now?
Rentaro: Yeah! It’s pretty funny to watch. It, um, doesn’t make toast so much anymore, but I’ll get to that. Also, try not to touch it. Also, I fixed that problem with your computer.
Me: What problem with my computer?
Rentaro: And, on that note I should be leaving, also try not to touch it if you don’t want to get shocked.
But, apparently you kept him busy enough that he only had enough time to solve problems as opposed to causing them. Right now I’m pretty happy about apartment things! The lights and the heat are back to being normal – it’s the Best Apartment Ever again. Good job, apartment!
Today I’ve been thinking about difficult decisions. Aren’t they the worst? Sometimes you really don’t want to do something, but it turns out that it will be for the best. The problem with decisions is that you don’t get to see into the future to see what will happen. Right now, I’ve got to make some big decisions about my life and my business.
The good news is that my business is starting to get super super busy ^_^
The bad news is that I can’t be there as much as I need to.
I can’t decide if I should hire another person to help me run the stand, or if I should cut back on the hours that I’m working.
Sigh. Tough one.
Anyone want a job at a bento shop? At this point it doesn’t exist and pays zero dollars, but maybe soon?