"Sorry I'm late, Camille!" Sofie rushed into the butique and stood sa pamamagitan ng her counter, which was stocked and filled with golden and silver watches.
"Sofia. Nice of you to sumali us, today." Her boss sinabi blandly, coating her words with her thick french accent. Sofie tugged at her gray dyaket nervously.
"Yeah.. your welcome.."
A tingling sound of a kampanilya rung throughout the room as the door clicked open, and two people looking around their 20's stepped inside. One had long black and brown hair, a blue-green top, brown palda and long white socks. The boy susunod to her had short brown and blonde hair and a striped male tee with jeans. They jokingly came in with their noses held high. The girl strutted around the jewlry, pagganap like she was too good for any of the pieces. Sofie chuckled and rolled her eyes.
"Excuse me, Miss," She said. "How much is this watch, right here?" Holding up one of the ginto watches between her fingers she brought is close to Sofie's face behind the counter.
The boy gasped and ripped the watch from her palm.
"Preposterous!" He shouted.
"Too much, Sir?"
"Absolutely not! Raise the price! My special wife deserves something far madami expensive!"
Both costumers began to laugh and clutch their stomaches. Sofie puffed out an irritated breath.
"Lisa, Alex, I really have to do my job. If your not going to sa pamamagitan ng anything, you have to leave." She sighed.
"Oh, c'mon, Sofie! We're just having some fun!"
"You sad today or somthin'?" The boy asked.
"How about we go to the cafe` today, Sofie? For lunch. Me, you, Alex and Tappy." Lisa smiled.
"I wish I could, but I don't get off work until 5:00."
"Who sinabi we were going before five? 5:00 it is. Meet us there!" She took Alex's hand, and laughing, ran out the door.
Sofie shook her head smirking at their disappearing figures. Camille,who has been observing, walked over to Sofie.
"Who were you just talking to, Madam?"
"My friends. They were.. just coming to see me."
"I see." Her boss looked around for a moment, then turned back to Sofie. "Unless people are here to buy something, we don't want them in here, Madam."
She walked back to her stand as two madami people walked in. Sofie sighed, looked at the clock that hung on the bright kulay-rosas walls that read 2:43, glanced out the window, and saw the sun as it stood glowing high in the sky. She clocked out, and ran out the door to meet her mga kaibigan for a meal.