Well that’s going to complicate things
Monday was Groundhog Day, my favorite holiday, and it’s a safe bet that the eponymous rodent didn’t see his shadow in these parts. A few inches of snow had fallen overnight and was in the process of turning to rain as I left for work at 6:30. It rained heavily during the rest of the morning but was turning back to snow as I was leaving work a bit after 2:30. Although the roads were icy by then I had no particular trouble getting back, though I had to drive slower than usual.
Work on both days was fairly easy. As I had expected, this 2-week work cycle isn’t a particularly difficult one, though it looks as if the next one will be much, much harder.
As for my work at the Major Home Improvement Retailer, while I wasn’t on the schedule either day I stopped by on Tuesday afternoon to speak with the training supervisor. I had noticed that despite having completed two-thirds of the 90-minute online training for the forklift, the training site was showing zero completion. I was not pleased to find out that the entire session has to be completed at once, apparently that’s the rule for safety-oriented training. I sure wish the site had given me an advance warning! While I may be able to do just the chapter quizzes for the sections I’ve completed so far, no need to re-do the learning, exactly how I’m going to find 90 minutes is another matter. I’ll have to speak with the department head and see what can be done.
Gym: I had a nice session of neutral grip pull-ups on Monday. I got a total of 32, one more than last time, distributed as follows: 5 × 4, 4 × 3.