As we walked to 'Stand Up' I turned on my scanner to find that I had once again been assigned to Pick Mod 'E'......'Oh well' I thought....it's only 3 more days of 'E' and I will be free. Not to fast Clarke.....at 10 am after having picked on all four levels of 'E', and a little in 'F' I got the message I had been hoping for on my scanner...."Change areas.....move to P-2-B and scan a new tote"! So off to Building 'A' I trundled with a big grin upon my face. And Building 'A' is where I spent the rest of my day picking. I was in P-1-B (Low) picking as the final chimes announced the end to day three of our work week.....we are now over the proverbial 'hump'.
It was announced at 'Stand Up' that Amazon would be providing a pizza lunch for us on Monday, so we've got that going for us. I have noticed that most of my Camperforce associates are wearing big smiles the past couple of days as the the realization that their tour of duty is almost over here at Amazon begins to seem real. We are all kind of worn down physically, and tired.....in between the smiles I see yawning from almost everyone. How anyone does this job 12 months a year is beyond me. Just the overwhelming background sound will wear you down....forget about the miles of walking, and stair climbing each day. It is my sincere hope I will not be called upon by my Motorola scanner to climb to the fourth floor of any Pick Mod in my remaining time.....the first two flights are alright, but that final 3rd flight to the 4th floor is a killer, especially in the 9th hour of a 10 hour shift.
TLE made her famous anchovie pizza for dinner, and I quickly slipped into a food coma....OMG that pizza is soooo good! We were again in bed by 8 pm dreaming of just two more shifts in the concrete bunker.
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