So I walk into the shop this morning at work and ask if there are any deliveries. I'm pretty much out of the loop as far as what is going where at this point. I just do whatever they want me to do. The dude says yeah - in pure Cajun voice - and then shows me on the map. ??? Well that looks like a pretty long run! He says yeah it's down there a ways. 2 stops - neither of them close to either other, but well down south.
This run took me on back country roads through small towns and all kinds of scenery. the likes of which I haven't seen in ages. Narrow, 2 lane highways. Strange traffic patterns and completely different ways of doing things on the streets than anywhere else I have been. Well, coming around a curve out in the middle of nowhere, I see a semi truck - coming directly at me. Yup, this guy was completely on the wrong side of the highway for unknown reason and approaching that curve --- and me --- fast. I was halfway off the road and in the grass before this guy even noticed, apparently, that he was on the wrong side of the road and swerved back into his lane.
I am fairly confident, however, that if I hadn't gotten off the road as fast as I did - I would not be here typing this message right now. A small truck against a big truck, guess who wins. I was in the small truck. Well I definitely wouldn't be here writing this message, the thought was whether I would be in this world - or the next.
That run turned out to be 300 miles of driving.
Long day scheduled tomorrow. Get up, go to stores, go to m'lady's house - work at least 6 hours - and then off on a date with her. Josiah will stay home and watch the 3 younger kids. He was unhappy that I told him work tomorrow and then see his GF on Sunday instead of the other way around. Nope, I said, I want you to work Saturday and get stuff done. If she's over tomorrow nothing will get done and I won't want to work on Sunday or deal with you working on Sunday, so, so sad, too bad.
Long days. Taking some getting used to. Might take a while to get caught up to it. Like a long while.
Well whatever. Pretty good day, actually, even if a long one. I'm bushed.
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