Tuesday, April 12, 2016

I'm Working Man

I just got home from the first of several 12 hour shifts going down this week.
I bought a new pair of Dickies steel toe'd boots last Friday because my old boots were breaking down inside and my feet were killing me at the end of the day after walking a few miles on steel grates and concrete. I figured I would get a head start on breaking them in over the weekend.

Ha, I didn't know what foot pain was come to find out.

My feet aren't just hurting right now, they are screaming and throbbing.

I snagged a set of insoles that will be getting stuffed in those boots before I leave this house again for damn sure.

So posting will probably be a bit lighter than normal, I do very physical work and after 12 hours I am beat.

I'm sure I will find time to throw something up here and there.
In the mean time, kick back and enjoy this classic tune from Rush.

They call me the working man.

2 comments:

  1. One of the best song intros ever. Second only to Black Sabbath's "Black Sabbath"........

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  2. That song, 'Blue Collar Man', 'Millworker' and the like, helped ME through those twelve hour shifts back at the cesspool. Transporting they are ... "It's me and my machine ..."
    Hang with 'em brother

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