I haven't said it in a while, but I still love my job. I am absolutely blessed. We live in our own little world upstairs in our huge woodwork shop. It's just the three of us, and it's very cozy. Our workspace is close enough to the offices that we get an awesome wi-fi signal. I found some big iPod speakers at a garage sale not too long ago, and I am the DJ. I have the Slacker Radio app, and I love it. The guys love music, and they seem to be happy with whatever I play. I like variety, so I change stations every day, sometimes twice a day. This is something I am thankful for every day.This week we are working on 57 booths. These are the parts to cover the seats. Above are the panels, and below are the sides. I cut these out in just over a day, and it will take me about a full day and a half to sew them.
This is what they look like on the finished product. :)
Downstairs, upstairs, everywhere, we are surrounded by piles and piles and piles of boothing. I believe we are working on 3 different projects. The guys downstairs are building these for us. Often we build our own. I love dabbling in woodwork. The project we are currently upholstering consists of 57 booths, which includes a bottom base (usually covered in carpet or rubber), a top base, a seat, and a backrest. All four pieces are approximately the same size when finished. Lots and lots and lots of rectangles!
Here are backrests on the right and bases on the left. Top and bottom bases are almost the same. Top bases get upholstered.
Like this! Bottom bases are left plain and covered on-site.
Upstairs in our workspace, this is Jerry's current pile of backrests.
And here is Jerry. This is a great shot. It captures his smiling face. He's almost always happy.
This is Juffrey. Him and I get along extremely well. We make a good team. He is very good at upholstery, even though he only has 2 or 3 years of experience. He's a perfectionist. He does very nice work. :)
And last but not least, here's me! I've decided to make a simple change and go for a 12-20 minute walk on my half-hour lunch break. I say 12-20 minutes because that's the range I've ended up with in my first four days. :) The faster I eat, the longer I get to walk. I'm pleasantly surprised that this is a habit that so far is really enjoyable. I look forward to going, and I enjoy being outside. This trail is about 4 minutes away from our shop. It's quite lovely. The rain didn't even stop me today! I brought my jacket, and the skies smiled upon me and the rain let up enough that I didn't need my hood. It was merely spitting. It felt really good after our little heat wave. :)