He was a fun boss. He got in their little boat went to shore and said he wouldn’t have anyone to work on the dredge until it was made safe and he approved of the conditions. How do you fight with that? You want safe? Make it safe then.He did not suffer fools well. He was all for safety he was just anti idiocy. SO the safety lady got shuffled off to another job and then out the door for making the already onerous safety requirements even worse. She wasn’t smart enough to know when to not be around at certain times when things are happening. Honestly, such a mess over a disconnected/no pressure/no contaminants piece of hose but not smart enough to actually make the entire task safe. She deserved to be let go.
It was October 1973 and after missing her due date of October 1, my mother’s obstetrician decided on October 30th that it was time to induce her. My mother’s labor hadn’t been progressing and on October 31st. they hooked her up to a fetal monitor and saw that I was under stress. This prompted the medical team to break my mom’s water in hopes of speeding up the labor and delivering me. When they broke the water they found meconium (a baby’s first bowel movement – which shouldn’t happen until the baby is delivered) and they were concerned that I had aspirated this sticky substance into my lungs. At the time, this was a serious and potentially life-threatening complication for the baby so my mother was immediately rushed into the operating room for an emergency c-section.
Due towards the terrible nature associated with delivery and potential meconium aspiration, I happened to be immediately taken fully to the children’s hospital to ensure i might get access to the greatest standard of care. Over the course of 11 days, they went countless examinations on me personally let’s assume that i might possess some permanent damage from the labor and delivery. Eventually, my moms and dads received permission to take me home following the physicians cannot find such a thing diagnoseable. Because they discharged me they left my parents with this particular extremely insensitive prognosis for my future, “Don’t anticipate much from her. At The Very Least, she’ll probably be hyperactive.”
Let me start with I LOVED MY HUSBAND more then anything. As far as I could find out, he cheated on me twice. The first time, he had left a chat up on the computer from a Facebook “friend”. To read those words, how they looked forward to seeing each other again and he couldn’t leave me yet, (even though she begged and he told her he thought of her everyday). I closed the Laptop and walked away. It took me a few hours to finally say something bc I was in complete shock.
He said they only talked, nothing ever happened and he would break it off immediately. I found her number, called her and asked her what happened: she said what do you think happened, but he won’t leave me), almost like I won? Fast forward 2 years, I was barely holding on, my weight dropped to 115, 5′10, I cried all the time daily. My health fell apart and after almost dying, I decided to quit my job (15 yrs)and work on our marriage of almost 20 years. 6 months after I left my job, I was DX with Lupus (SLE). I was sick all the time . All of a sudden he had all these work hrs, I mean leaving at 5 am, getting home 11 or 12 at night, where he would eat a sandwich and fall asleep in 30min. I started checking phone records and he was texting someone ALL day.
I lost my father 5 years ago to a 2 year fight with cancer. He had a newer 4 door Ford truck. My mom, which was used to driving a mid sized SUV, could drive the truck but wasn’t all that comfortable especially in narrow and tight places. After a year she decided she was emotionally ready to trade the truck in. She went to a local Chevrolet dealer and was looking at a Buick enclave. She brought it over to my work so I could look at and drive the car. I’ve done a lot of work with cars over the course of the past 25 years so I’m familiar with a lot of things and know what to look for. Everything was fine with the car but my mom just didnt really care for it so I told her to just take it back and be done because it actually wasnt the car she was originally looking at.