So tomorrow is my last day at my current job. I thought I was going to miss everyone but my boss, the one who created on-call hours and then yelled at me when the ones she gave me were not in my availability. So I put in my two weeks' notice and said hey, maybe I'm not going to be around coffee anymore, but maybe I'll go somewhere (even McDonald's) where I can just put in an honest day's work and not deal with the politics (yes I know, NAIVE). But anyway so my boss calls me today and asked why I even bother coming to work if I "don't do anything". I was floored. I had no idea what she was talking about, except that I had been a little on the lazy side (for the first time in my year and a half). So I was ready to cop to that, until she comes out and says that one of our off-duty baristas decided to jump behind the counter and help out my cranky coworker. I left ten minutes after the time I was scheduled to leave, but apparently that wasn't good enough because said cranky coworker, who WAS my friend outside of work (I actually got him his job there) ran to my boss and told her that I never do enough and that I'm basically just a waste of space. I have never been so betrayed in my life, especially because I'm a good worker, and I don't text all the time like he does. I know, petty, sorry. I am kind of venting, because I am so profoundly upset. So my boss basically just called me to yell at me for ten minutes. Is that normal? And the hardest question I'm facing, should I tell my favorite customers that I'm leaving?