Ok, what goes into the making of a great Grande Prairie woman?
They must be able to get up early in the morning and get the work done. No one wants a sleep-in-aholic.
THANKS GOD, that the night shift left the boards on the “Planner in feed” last night, Or I would definitely at the very least would not have hands, when I was crawling over the chains when the Infeed chains started up,
They must be brave and go where no other woman (and most men) will not dare to go. I can hear the guys cheering now.
Those chains pull 20 foot 2×8’s, they wouldn’t have had any problems shredding a human body.I’m required to crawl over them to work in between them.
Must know numbers and their meaning. After all, they usually get stuck with the chore of paying the household bills.
This mornings Incident report is filled under a Level 2 – Immediately disabling loss > $100,000.00
Level 1 = Fatality, loss > $500,000.00
Level 2 = Immediately disabling, loss > $100,000.00
Level 3 = RI, loss >$10,000.00
Level 4 = First Aid loss >1,000.00
When you motor needs tuning,
you know she is the only person for the job.
When you take her for a walk
and the boys and some girls start whistling,
she always turns around while a big beautiful smile.
Nope! None of the Above!
Well gentleman, maybe it is because she is tough enough to punch your running lights out!
AND, YOU LIKE IT !!
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