Off to the races. Amazingly, the hint of the sun's light already showing up at 4:30 am, when I got up for work. Weather forecast to get up to 109 today. This is one day - coming back from work after 9 off - that I hope and dream of just an 8 hour day, get it over with, get off work and get home.
History, however, usually has a much crueler version of coming back to work after extended time off. But I don't really care that much, working is a part of life, at least my life and there isn't much I can do about it at this point in time. As long as the AC works in that truck and hopefully there are runs to do - not sitting around the shop all day attempting to invent things to do. That was where I left off now that I think about it - work slow down and not looking up too much.
And, the hint of "head-count reductions" as my company likes to call it. Probably most companies call it something like that, a bit of a distanced way of saying you are getting rid of employees whose life-blood comes from the paychecks they receive from whatever company is laying people off.
But, I can't dwell on that. I still can't believe how fast that trip up to Heber and back occurred. I was "probably" not going the speed limit. My excuse is a malfunctioning speedometer that is going to cost hundreds of dollars to fix and not really high on the priority list to fix.
Well, whatever the case, time to be off to work.