Happy for you! It definitely sounds like a much needed change from what you've been experiencing. I sincerely hope it leads to beiger and better thingsWhatever this is.
I have been needing to feel something besides heart ache, pain, and grief
Very recently reconnected with a friend whom I first met when I was only 15. Our lives took different paths and we hadn't seen each other or talked face to face since the summer of '82. He makes me smile and laugh just like he did all those years ago.
I know how you feel. I am also a otr truck driver. Sometimes the simplest backing maneuver can be a bitch. And the next day you have a blind side that goes in in one shot.I'm very happy that today is almost over. I have had a bad backing day (trucker with a 53' trailer) and I haven't had one of those in months. I couldn't hit the docks or parking spaces today even if I had all the room in the world. Sigh
My first job as a rookie was minimum 5 weeks out. F THAT. I work for a laid back redneck company where I don't earn time off. I just take it. I'm usually out 2 weeks or less and home for 3 or 4 days.I am happy for you Killexia. I stay out 6 weeks or so on average.