Leaving job in time for the cold weather

a few years ago when I moved to this part of the country, I really didn’t have a plan for the rest of my life.

  • I knew that I needed to leave my last Hometown, but I had no idea where I was headed or what I was going to do for work.

My vision was very short-sighted, and I am surprised that things worked out at all. To be honest, they haven’t been the best but things are now looking up. I managed to land a job in a local production facility within a few weeks of arriving here. At the time, it was spring so the outdoor air temperature was extremely lovely. The daily air temperature was about 70 degrees and it was comfortable no matter what you needed to do. I started working in this production facility which had no indoor air temperature control, and at first I thought that it wasn’t so bad. Then, summer came. Suddenly, the outdoor climate was absolutely miserable. Every day it was excruciating heat and humidity without fail. This month, working in the production facility was absolutely miserable without any working air conditioning. I was sweating from head to toe every single day, and often had to douse myself in frigid water to prevent heat exhaustion on the job. I thought that things could never get any worse, and then we got a new boss. The guy that I hired is an absolute nightmare. Between the horrific heat and the awful management, I grew tired of the job pretty quickly. I knew that it was time to go before the winter cold had settled in. Then, I would have to work without any indoor heating either. Last time when my boss gave me some attitude, I gave it right back. I walked out of there triumphant, and happy that I wouldn’t have to work the terribly cold winter without any heating.
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