One month back already - 20 working days. Just 85 days left. This week I am doing evening shift. I don't like these too much, because this feels like you wouldn't have free time at all; at mornings there are just time that is running much too fast to 14:00... Positive thing is that my body seems to remember last summer. Of course my back aches, but not too badly, at least not yet. So far I've hurt my self just once, I mean relly hurt; something did cut my finger to the bone. I didn't go to doctor, I did just put plaster on the cut. One didn't help, second didn't help but fourth one did keep blood quite fine inside (and working glovers look better when they are red). Thank god it seems to cure very well; I was bit worried because it was swollen over week... but now it ain't too much anymore.
Temperatures have been lately something between +4 and -10 celsius. And still I've been sweating like hell. Actually right now I don't quite understand how I can manage same job when temperature will be near +30, but because I did it at last summer, I should be able to handle it at next summer too. Of course I am one year older than last yer, but 36 still ain't too much..?
I've been done almost only that hardest and worst part of that job there. Nobody doesn't understand why, they think that I am literally grazy, stupid etc. But I don't know, I somehow enjoy it. It is most physical job in there, and after 8 hours you really feel that you have really done something. Actually you feel it after 20 minutes, but when you can handle it to 8 hours... When you can lift 300 kg freezer over, when you can hit metal plates to hell with just one hit of a hammer... I don't know, it is pure madness and feels bad, but... I can handle it. One new guy did ask me few days ago why on earth you are doing just that one job, especially because it... is... you know. What can I say? Anyone else doesn't like to do it. I will be working there just to End of July. I must work to keep my reached idiot reputation. There are my reasons.
Most of days there have gone about 350 freezers, fridges etc. through my hands. Of course there have been few slower days too. At those days I've been doing other things, like handling almost 2000 kg compressors. I'll thing it is even harder than my usual job, because you have to walk to get them, and after burning oils out you have to throw them over your head high. But it goes too (because it have to go).
Anyway I am quite happy - I feel that atmosphere have been much better now than last summer.
Everything else goes as it goes. I'll try to photograph as much as I can and cry for all those missed mornings (=missed photos). My father did start drinking after amazing 3+ month dry season.
Next friday we are going to see Moonspell live at Turku. It is something that we have been waiting for long time - I've been listening Moonspell since Opium single, so it is quite long time together already, but I've never see them live. Now I will if everything goes as it should go.