I have embarked on a new journey....the journey of a third shifter. There takes a "special" person to be a third shifter and I would like to fully admit that I am one of these special people. I have always been a night owl, staying up late to the wee morning hours and sleeping in (oh how I love to sleep in). So when asked to cover a co-worker's maternity leave on third shift, I was very much obliged.
Let me make a statement....third shift is great, if you do not have CHILDREN. Oh heavens me! Although I still find it not all that difficult to stay up, its not that easy switching from days to nights once you have a day off. I am truly thinking about investing into a day clock, the kind my retired grandparents have to tell them what day of the week it is. Because regardless of the matter I still have laundry, little people and one big person to feed, appointments to make and as silly as it sounds most places are not open at 2:00 in the morning (except for Meijer, which has become my new hang out).
From the adventures of "Third Shift"....stick around it may get interesting