Morning, 2:25 AM in Mid west Time Zone. Inspired the day with perseverance
Last Update: Nov 18, 2020
Hello to all my co-WA members, Howdy
Wake -up very early the morning today again. Looking something to inspired my day despite non stopping issues and problems along the way.
Every day, I try to be here checking while reading few of your blogs, clicks some training. Very quiet, not participating in most of the discussion as what I were doing before. Fall apart to think the reality of life.
If you will notice as of today, we are top when it comes to covid-19 viruses. We are torn apart that most of the support group from Directors, Managers, Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors and Operators work hard to delivered products that highly in demand to our Customers.
Every day, people sent home sick, quarantine at most, so depressing to think, that even tho too many positive in covid, the Company still keep running. I was injured, cut my finger while operating the machine at the same time allocating people all over the place from one building to the others.
I can't hold myself to cry while writing to think the abnormality of life we are facing. A kind of scary to know that one day I will be one of the sick person to. Because of transparency to most of them although we are wearing face mask. The six feet rules sometimes not apply.
Another reason why, I woke -up to early. My car is broke and still in the Mechanic asking more than a thousand US dollars to fix. I love my car has a sentimental value for me only 85,000 miles on it. A Buick Century 2003, my late parent in law bought and own this brand new. I already spend too much money on this. That although, I can't help myself to give-up the car. Still thinking what the right decision. The car schedule yesterday 8:00 AM to fix. When the Mechanic called me at work, explaining how much the damages. I told him not to fix the car and I will call them later since I was in the Middle of preparing my report for the Operation meeting.
Now, I start browsing car if ever I will give-up my car.
Thank you once again and stay safe always.