All my days start right around 2am. By 230 I’m on the road and heading to Nashville Tn. It’s just under an hour ride that I spend with a cup of coffee and Jesus, it’s a full 45 minutes of praise and worship, and a lot of prayer. I’m sure those that can see me in their headlights think I’ve lost my mind. It’s a time that I do enjoy a lot. I check in at our shop and see what vehicles need to be returned and what needs to be picked up for repairs. Today was on the slow side, but I started with one to be picked up in Franklin. Still pouring down rain, it’s about 30 minutes to Liberty Pike, so off I went. Back to the shop after Franklin, an hour later. A little paperwork and a few calls, now I’m off the Hendersonville, for another pickup. Got there and it wouldn’t start so the cables went on for a jump, and it took a little time to get it going, but all good. Now heading back to the big city, and the rain has slacked off. Back at the shop, I’ve got two to deliver to Brentwood, so away I go again, not a bad run as long as it’s early. Dropped the first one off and i get a call to pick up in Columbia Tn, another hour south. On a positive note by the time I get back to Nashville the morning rush traffic has leveled out so life is grand. I drop that one and grab the other Brentwood run, back to the shop from the last run right at 1130. Total out the days runs, document and check assignments for Thursday. Off the clock at noon, and headed back home, now just a light drizzling rain. Today was a total of 309 miles, a steady day, in the steady rain. I prefer it to be busy, so time goes by quick. Every day I go somewhere different, so it doesn’t get boring. I’ve been around Nashville enough to know how to avoid certain high traffic areas, to make my days better. I get home, right at 1pm and for this day I give thanks. Another great day in the morning.
I’ve decided to jump into the real blogging world this weekend and get the paid WordPress, I’ve got Thursday (dream job) and Friday (favorite childhood book) to blog like this. I’ve no idea how this transition will go, but I’ll do my best.
So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. Isaiah 41:10