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Not a good day:(

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Today was a rough day. It started at 11 pm last night with a phone call to come to work at 3 am. So after 4 hours of sleep I arrived at work. The first 4 hours were fine, the other 8 were not so great. I make kettle chips and the burner on one of the fryers would keep going out in the middle of the cook cycle. Those chips had to be thrown out. We finally got it running right at 11 am. Everything went well until 2 pm. One hour before quitting time. The potato slicer stopped up, and there were potatoes all over the place. I got that mess cleaned up and started production again. Than the centrifuge burner went out. This is how we get the excess oil off the chips. So all those chips had to be thrown out. They were still working on it at 3 pm, when I went home. I hope tomorrow is a better day. At least with all the problems, I held my grazing down to a minimum:).
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    Hope you are rested today and having a better day at work. Just think of all the carbs,fat, salt and calories you saved yesterday by not grazing. Maybe it was not such a bad day.

    2680 days ago
    So sorry that was such a bad day and night.
    It sounds like all the equipment needs an over haul, I guess it is the q force in action.

    When things go wrong and they always will.

    Take a deep breath dust youself off and start over again .
    Rest and be thankful Pat in Maine.
    2680 days ago
    Sounds like a frustrating day, hopefully tomorrow will be better.
    2681 days ago
    Sorry about your bad night & day. Hope you get lots of rest tonight & everything runs smoother tomorrow.
    2681 days ago
    LOL at your grazing.
    I hope you sleep well and longer tonight. I imagine you are so very tired.
    2681 days ago
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