It was a long day. After four hours of sleep I got up right after eight o'clock after my co-worker from Saturn, Paweł's call - we planned to try out DJI Spark he managed to borrow for a week. But... it was snowing! So he left the drone at home, but we still went to the old locomotive depot to meet with our another co-worker, Mateusz. After about 20 minutes of shooting the interior of this old, burned train car and it's surrounding, we were halted by railway security guards, who asked us to leave the area - photography wasn't forbidden, but trespassing was :D we didn't see any signs, but had to follow their order - but we obeyed without questions and played it nice, so they even told us where to get a pass for shooting in railway area and didn't punish us with any fee. Mateusz went home, and Paweł joined me on my route to Bonarka - it's my last week of work there, and I had to pack Olympus gear to send it back, so instead of 1 p.m., I was at work at 10. We had a coffee, then he headed to his work - and I stayed at my workplace with my manager and gave him time to count our December commission bonus. Well... the amount was totally disappointing, about half the money we got last year, while our store's income increased about 20%. Hell, I'm glad I won't work there any more - the way our chairmans treat people, who make money for them, is absolutely unacceptable, and instead of raise - they constantly cut our income, so motivation to sell anything in this store is basically based on our love to this work and our habits, not the financial profits - but hey, it's not how it should look like.
But there was something that happened before my manager finished his counting, which turned me into a great mood nothing could change until the end of the day. I'll write more about it tomorrow.