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Thursday, August 04, 2011

I worked this morning instead of all night and my poor feet were aching before 8 am. This is the first day of my new 4 days a week working. That extra day a week will make a huge difference for me! But, I am not used to this and I am tired today. Tomorrow I will be training on the front desk. I ususally work back in the dorms so that will be totally different, but interesting. Then sat and sun I work all night as usual-that shift I am used to now, even though it is boring, I have grown to like it:)
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  • MELIVA
    And it two weeks, you'll be so use to it! Although, i'm not sure most people ever get use to the graveyard. emoticon

    Hope the 4-days is everything you want/need it to be.

    2906 days ago
  • MELLIL
    You are sooooo resilient! You just amaze me the way you switch back and forth with these shifts! If I tried to do that, I'm pretty sure my body AND my mind would be a mess! I need routine! You will be great! Enjoy the learning and the new experience! emoticon
    2906 days ago
  • TTLEELEE
    Soak your feet, give them a good moisturizing.You are going to do well because you have a great mindset about it all. Stretch yourself and grow - isn't that what you would want those you work with to do? You're a great example of a emoticon

    Make it a emoticon Life!
    2906 days ago
  • SWEETMAGNOLIA2
    You're doing great, Suz! It is a challenge working different shifts. You have a wonderful attitude that is contagious. Glad we're friends.
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    2906 days ago
  • SAFETYSUE
    I don't know how you do it. Graveyard shift is no fun unless you are doing something to make the time go faster. Thumbs up Six!!!
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    2907 days ago
  • KATYBUG48
    Enjoy your day
    2907 days ago
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