Well this week is a year at Gordon's and you ask "Well Michael, how much money did you make?" Well I'll tell you now that I have the final tally. I made gross dollars wise $68,000+ actually if we want to get technical this next pay check will come right on my one year anniversary and that will bump it up to probably just under $70K so that's not to shabby I don't think at all. There's a lot of people making a lot less. I know some LTL jobs pay more, but I also know some pay less and I've got fringe benefits to boot like 10% off at our company grocery stores and a $65.00 gift card every Christmas to the company grocery store. So that's pretty darn good. I know some jobs pay more, but I also know some pay less as well and for how were worked and what we make and the benefits we have with retirement profit sharing and everything we have a pretty good deal. You know I have days that are hard and I have days that are easy. Right now everything seems to be okay they have it all straightened out alright, well it's at least better my Tuesday got to big and became very hard for me to handle it was just to big of a day another driver even said "Yeah I looked at your Tuesday route and said that's 13 hours right there." They did cut it down. We've had some new business come on and there looking for more growth which means more money for everyone actually come this spring there adding a truck and making a new route I guess we finally grew enough to get another truck on. I kind of thought that we might be in need of another truck and that's sure enough what happened. Anyhow hopefully I can keep up the good work and while nobody can predict the future you can at least try to make a plan you kind of have to have some direction of where your going and I think if I keep playing my cards the way I am should be able to buy a house mortgage free in the next 16 months, now I'm not talking some big fancy mansion, but how much room does one guy need? It's definitely possible, see with me they kind of broke the mold when they made me either that or I'm one that fell off the turnip truck. My life is pretty normal, but there's been somethings in it and the way the cards fell that while at the time it kind of seemed like oh that's not fun and that sucks, but big picture wise it was going to work out well. A man I used to work with said to me a couple months ago "It doesn't matter either you put in the time on the front end or put it in on the back end. If you can put it in on the front end fast and swiftly while your single and unattached you mine as well. Or else you'll be like me older and working like a dog." Well I'm working like a dog now,but you know will see what happens I'd like to get on early set transit and it wouldn't be a big deal because if you don't have a mortgage hanging over your head or dependents which I don't have things are not complex not to hard to thrive. Right now I have to keep my options open because we never know if they are going to keep basing transit drivers out of the yards or out of the warehouse, there's been a move to base them out of the warehouse for whatever reason and if I have to move to Pittsburgh one day or Youngstown area of Ohio then I guess that's what I'll have to do, but that's all conjecture for the moment.