I sure hope the Boss knows what in the heck he is doing with his sister!! Well, I’ll admit that the house is a lot more peaceful since she has been “removed from the premises” as he puts it, however, it sure has made my life interesting at the office. Of course, she can’t just waltz in there and demand all kinds of things like she once was, however, we’re all sick of hearing about what a dump her brother moved her into.
Man, we’d like something like that – you know, Zednick and Dooddah – they would be able to have a place to call their own and a house in Silvermoon is quite a feather in the cap as far as I am concerned. She was raging about not having running water all over the place and a steady supply of hot water – well, she should try living in the slums in Orgrimmar. We got hot water a lot there, even if it wasn’t all that great considering where it came from. She even got servants thrown in too, that was something that surprised me a bit, although, I can see that they were put there to keep an eye on her Highness too.
At least we can walk around the house now and not have to worry about stepping on her toes for something that we might have done or not done. Life is kind of pleasant and the Boss seems more like himself because he doesn’t have to worry about her raging at him all of the time.
She may camp out here at the warehouse to try to catch him and I wish her luck there because he doesn’t come down here that often to start with. Oh yeah, I can see that she would think that he is avoiding her, wish she’d get the idea that there are a lot of other people avoiding her, not just her brother.
I know that I was about to go downstairs and tell her to calm down some because she was ranting at no one that cared when one of the new guys just told her to shut up. Oh, you would have thought that he had committed some kind of sin by telling her that. She went off like a rocket and started screaming at the guy – well, that would have been okay, however, the fellow didn’t know who she was and proceeded to punch her in the mouth. I think that shocked her and she told the fellow, after she picked her butt up off the ground that she’d make sure he got fired and he told her that he didn’t care, he was a contract worker just like she was. He gets paid by the contract, just like she does, however, he could freelance if there weren’t any contracts for him.
I did finally go down to explain to the guy after she stormed out of the warehouse and explained who she was and that he didn’t have a thing to worry about in so far as working for Morningstar Enterprises as long as he kept his end of the bargain by filling the contracts that he had been given. Which, I have to remind Faendra that she has some outstanding and over-due contracts that her brother is not going to pay a penalty on just because she was too busy whining about her living conditions to fill them. I mean, they aren’t even that hard to fill – just leave Silvermoon and shoot a few animals and skin them.
There are times that I wish that the Boss had never found her at the Faire and brought her back home. I know that he was hoping that she had changed and is really upset that she has only gotten worse. One would have thought that she might have learned a few things while she was traipsing around Kalimdor with Light only knows what kind of people. I’m surprised that someone out there didn’t just kill her off or something. I do know that nobody cared who she was or who her family was out there and it would have been just another girl gone missing.
I was laughing at Uncle Zednick the other night because he is still wishing that he had done more than sheep her when she made him mad. The man will never change and I know that he means well with some of the thing that he does, however, I think that he needs to get busy with his engineering friends and come up with some gimmicks for us to sell for our “family fund” because I know that I don’t plan on working my whole life away.
I hope the Princess decides to go camp at the house to try to catch her brother tomorrow because she gave me a headache today that all of the herbs in the city won’t touch.