Most of the reports were small, two pages, maybe three, except for one that was really thick. Twenty-one pages thick. And, of course, the other 3 people checking SKU's were avoiding that report so I took it. You guessed it, I ended up with nuts and bolts; three entire bays of nuts and bolts, mostly nuts. Oh, yeah, there were a couple of lock washers thrown into the mix, but over all I spent a good deal of time playing with what I started calling "my nuts." You see, every bolt can have at least 3 nuts, and I'm not including the shiny stainless steel nuts because they hang around with their own bolts.
This meant I had to spend a lot of time down on my knees because for some odd reason, we merchandise our nuts low to the ground, which of course put a strain on my back and neck. This is how it goes sometimes.
Yesterday's only saving grace was coming home to the dogs... and finding my copy of Andromeda waiting for me in my mail box. While it loaded into my X-box Slim, I took a nap - it's a big, big game.
Anyway, this will be my last working inventory, the only reason I had to do reports was because they foolishly scheduled a couple of managers to go to a school. Next year that shouldn't be a problem.
low to the ground nuts eh?ReplyDelete
"yo quiero my nuts!" nuts to you! nuts are protein! aw nuts!