My very first real job was for Taco Bell. I started as a regular hourly worker and was eventually ‘fired’ (link) while serving as the second youngest Store Manager in the country. I’ve already written a few Taco Bell related stories but there are so many additional memories from that time of my life. I’m not sure where this story will go but I wanted to see if I could jot the rest of them down and hope they fit together somehow. Continue reading →
In my last story, (link), I had gotten a promotion to Store Manager at the Hamilton Taco Bell and was told that I was the second youngest store manager in the Taco Bell network at the time. My Supervisor, (Larry), had very quickly given me lots of autonomy and lots of authority.
In kim saga grand finale (link), I completed the little mini documentary I had been writing about my early love life with my girlfriend, and wife to be. An aspect of my life that I skipped over in those saga episodes was what I’d refer to as my ‘managerial experience’ with Taco Bell. This is that story, Part One.
Growing up happens in a heartbeat. One day, you’re in diapers; next day, and you’re gone. But the memories of childhood stay with you for the long haul.
Well, here we are kids, the final episode of the little mini drama I’ve been calling my Kim Saga. For any of you new readers who might have accidentally stumbled onto my story blog while looking for your favorite recipe, kitten video or porn site, welcome! My story blog is all about me, my own personal life documentary. Inside these couple hundred accounts is one long one about how I first encountered my wife as a 14 year old, (link), all the way to this point here; getting married.
What if we started this week’s story with a quick theme song?
Relationships are difficult, aren’t they. There’s a reason why half of all American marriages end in divorce – they require a lot of communication, dedication, compromise, understanding and a whole lot more. Continue reading →
When last we were together, (you and I), Kim and I were standing atop the Kings Island Eiffel Tower, perhaps considering our futures. We got through Senior Prom and graduation without a hitch to speak of, but what the hell was next? When we graduated, I was working full time hours with Taco Bell and Kim I think had left Wendy’s, did a couple of weeks waitress’ing at Frisch’s and then landed a part time job at The Gap. Over the summer we both worked. We worked, we played and we wondered what the future had in store for us. Continue reading →
My first real job where I collected a regular paycheck as a kid was when I got hired on at Taco Bell – I was 18. I intend to write a couple of stories dedicated entirely to different aspects of those few years of early adulthood, but this story today is dedicated to one of the characters I met while working there – Leonard Collier. Continue reading →
I worked at Taco Bell in Hamilton, Ohio from the Spring of 1976 until January 1979. Writing about the Taco Bell years would be far too long a story to be entertaining to the average bathroom blog reader so I intend to break them down into tiny episodes. This one is called “Burn ‘Em”. Continue reading →