Recently, I worked 12 nights in a row, without a break. It would not be too hard, if I also didn’t work 10-sixth shifts. That’s a lot of time to be at work. Since the beginning of November, our Factory has been laboring on Christmas toys. We run Christmas toy productions all day and all night. All of us have three shifts laboring around the clock, so every child can have these special toys. We already produced more than one dozen weird toys, over the past few months. I am actually starting to get worn out, and I still have many more nights in my cycle. After that, I have to schedule an appointment to have the gas furnace repaired.
I don’t know what is wrong with the gas furnace, but it runs and runs all day, yet it never seems to reach the desired temperature on the thermostat. I only have the temperature set to 69 degrees, so my gas furnace should have no difficulty maintaining that temperature. For the past few nights, I have not heard the gas furnace shut off at all. I contacted someone from the gas furnace distributor, however, they can’t make a repair unless I am home. They can’t even come by and diagnose the issue, unless the homeowner is present. I have to wait several more nights, before I can have the gas furnace issue fixed.
I hope they can repair the gas furnace on the same day, because I only have one night off work. I would prefer to run errands and do some Christmas shopping on my sixth day… Working 12 nights in a row is difficult, but I’m going to be happy when I earn my fat overtime check.