Overwork was definitely not among my concerns on Thursday. I went to the worksite where I had been scheduled to go on Wednesday, before I got re-routed. Because this worksite is normally scheduled for two days, I was somewhat concerned that by not being there on Wednesday I’d have a double workload on Thursday. Didn’t turn out that way at all. I ended up having a fairly leisurely day, finishing up well over an hour prior to normal quitting time (which does not reduce my pay, fortunately). Had I been there on Wednesday as well I would have had to scramble to find things to do. While I can leave when my work for the day is done, there are some limits.
Thursday evening I went to the gym, and had a decent session. I did bench presses: 6 x 135, 6 x 165, 6 x 185, 6 x 205, 2 x 4 x 225, 8 x 185. Next came some Hammer Strength MTS shoulder presses: 3 x 8 x 90/90.
No work on Friday, at either job, though I did go into the Major Home Improvement Retailer for a short while to deal with a concern about my upcoming schedule. Having taken care of the issue, I went back to the Setauket-Port Jefferson hiking trail. I parked at a lot off Gnarled Hill Road right at the 0.75-mile mark, and hiked to the Port Jefferson end and back. That was a round trip of about five miles, and I kept up a 3-mph pace.
Saturday was pretty much a do-nothing day. I had planned to go to the gym in the afternoon, but naturally enough other things came up and I didn’t go. This actually repeated itself on Sunday, when my plans to do in the early afternoon yet again fell through due to other things. Not good. On Sunday evening I worked from 6:30 to midnight at the MHIR, and what with the upcoming inventory it was a busy shift. When I first started it didn’t look like there was too much to do, but as time went on more and more inventory-related tasks cropped up.