Been making pretty good work this week. Zero time on the phone with support shift. Prompt loads. It's been ok.
Yesterday, at nearly 1400, I eased into the J at Baytown again for my 10. As I parked I got to talking to a friend on the phone. Soon after come the knock on the door. I tell my friend "here we go" (he's a trucker too.) This skanky lookin gal asking if she can use my CB. "Sure you can!" heheh
She starts in complaining about all the **slang
YES! The A/C is finer than frog's hair now (compressor went out.) I be chillin'. Thank God I'm salary.
I've taken a new job. I took it last night. I am now a professional "Nay Sayer." What with all the friggin bums at the Flying J in Baytown beggin for cash or the opportunity to shine my wheels. I've become very proficient at going, "NAY.... Nay I say!" A couple guys wanted to shine my wheels. I told one I just had it washed (yay.) "So what? You don't want your
I am traditionally a night owl. Up late, up early. That's just how I roll. After a few days I crash and catch up on my sleep debt; reset and start all over. And now that I'm driving, odd hours just... well, makes it odder because bedtime at 1900 just doesn't make sense in my mind.
However; last night was just such a night. I ended work around 1800. I was bushed and I felt every inch of it. However; as bad as I need it, I still can't make myself go straight to bed.
As my driving training continues.... well, I'm a rookie, it's all new to me. So every time the truck stops is where the adventure begins. Let's face it, I'm still getting acquainted and comfy with driving big rigs. So I don't get to enjoy the scenery as much.
Thus far I've hit 19 states since my Great American Road Trip 2011 began Monday a week ago. I've seen several deer and raccoons sleeping on the side of the road. Traffic don't seem to bother them none. As I got into western New
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