It looks as though 8th shift won’t be having overtime this week and my last day will be Friday night, meaning I’ll be leaving Coffeyville once I wake up on Saturday. This gives me more time to make it to Wisconsin before Christmas, woohoo!
But since I had overtime this past Saturday, that only left me one weekend day to write this blog post, go see the Hobbit (because I really couldn’t not see it opening weekend), do the normal weekend chores, and start making preparations to pull out, so there isn’t much spare time to be had right now.
So I’m cheating a little and giving you all a video. This has been very inspirational for me when I find myself in need of a pick me up. It was filmed at Burning Man, and there is some skimpy/weird clothing featured. If you find that kind of thing offensive consider yourself warned. Personally, I love this video and want to see Burning Man in person some day.
I will be giving a full report on how this first leg of my full-timing journey has gone, but it might not happen until after the Holidays are over. Same with a final review of working at Amazon.
In the meantime, safe travels and happy trails all!
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