Funny Reply To My 2 Week Notice

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Harvey C.'s Comment
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Best wishes for a happy and healthy retirement. Hope you get out and got for lots of walks. I read recently that just 6-8,000 steps a day decreases mortality risk for folks over 60 by 50%. I've already got my 8,000 in but am headed back out for some more...work, not relaxation. Sometimes I'm so busy stuck inside with work that I don't get enough physical activity and hope that when I retire I can get a nice healthy routine established.

I have lots of Filipino friends and went to school with many. Also, wish you best of luck raising your children! LOL

Anne A. (G13Momcat)'s Comment
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LOL I am confused with the 2 Bruce's too .....Yeah Bruce the food/cooking of course, and the fresher stuff other than packaged crap like here. Plus more about the culture, how more family oriented, loyal, very caring. Of course they do have the scammers etc but most aren't that way, scammers are in every walk of life, nations....

Took me a bit to get used to the age gaps there, which is way different than here hahaha....Since my daughter is older than the 3 filipina's I've been with, and met the last 8 years....This 1 wants to get married, and have another baby hahaha Not too keen on the baby thing at my age! Marriage? eh that 1 I can do, IF it comes to that lol

So I was getting unloaded at Amazon FC,(they were pretty quick too, well under an hour) When I got a call from Phoenix. Once I got parked, after dropping at the dock, I called em back. Was 1 the other DMs saying he would be my new DM (all youngsters, met him before) I said "Uh um, no you won't" jokingly, he was like "huh?" I said didn't my last guy tell anyone I gave notice 2 weeks ago??

Nope but he would, and wished me all the best etc etc....I caught him off guard with my "Uh NO you won't be" lmao......Now IF I was going until full retirement age, yeah, I'd probably finish with them to that time. But I've been planning this too many years to change, somethings(to me) are more important, than chasing the almighty dollar, to only die soon after you retire (some do) Like my step dad, disabled/retired, worked 7 days a week on his side hustle, and died as I told him many times, FLAT BROKE!.....No Thanks ! S.S. sent me a letter, they found they err'd so I got a raise on my $$ amount lol...........Enough this long ramble, back later, be safe and have fun peoples...

Finish removing my crap and turn truck in later today at the terminal , bud will pick me up on his way home from work. Let the FUN begin hahaha

Thinking we 'debugged' the Bruce's .. LoL! Nope, I'm not Brett. That's what began this conundrum. I'll be backing off from TT for awhile, for sure. At least, try. Kinda hurt 'my' female ego. (I'll bounce, I've got My Laura!)

Anyway.. HERE Y'ALL GO!

Stevo asked ME to share/post... what he's heading to:

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Best to ALL !!

~ Anne ~

Terminal:

A facility where trucking companies operate out of, or their "home base" if you will. A lot of major companies have multiple terminals around the country which usually consist of the main office building, a drop lot for trailers, and sometimes a repair shop and wash facilities.

Dm:

Dispatcher, Fleet Manager, Driver Manager

The primary person a driver communicates with at his/her company. A dispatcher can play many roles, depending on the company's structure. Dispatchers may assign freight, file requests for home time, relay messages between the driver and management, inform customer service of any delays, change appointment times, and report information to the load planners.
Stevo Reno's Comment
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They didn't waste anytime removing my access to the McLeod app. Payroll came out today always posts on Wednesdays, what Friday pay is.

They did pay me up to even yesterday, returning the truck. So won't need to wait a week for my last load cool !.....Now to transfer or w.draw the last months $$$ of the efs card!! Ended up doing 3,800 miles for the last 8 days

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