Today was my day off at my job as a cashier. I have two off in a row which is a rare gem to get where I work. I put in my 40 hrs per week, so I need my days off or I'd go crazy. Well today, one of my bosses call and I answer the phone, knowing they were calling cuz of my caller id. Why I even answered it I dont know? Apparently one of my fellow workers wanted me to give up my day off tomomorow so that he could see his gf and then I'd give him one of my other shifts. I said no. Now I feel really really bad. But I want my two days off in a row. I have things to do. Should I feel this bad? Should I call back and switch shifts? Im sorry this is such a stupid topic, but I cant seem to put this guilty feeling away. What do I do?
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