Friday, December 11, 2015

What? A light at the end of the tunnel?

Heartland Campground
Campbellsville, KY

Our bank account is looking pretty good!
We survived another 50 hour week,
and the week before we got an added bonus
when the referral money was added in.
If you refer people to Amazon,
they pay you $125 per person as long as they
complete 30 days of work.
(Thanks Nancy & Neil Savage for sticking it out!)

We've had some time for a social night or two.
Last Saturday we went to dinner with two special people
we met last year, Joe & Donna.
They picked us up and we went to Ragetti's for some decent Italian food.
The restaurant had a nice tree all decked out..

At work, they've again provided some nice meals.
Monday and Wednesday they provided a baked potato with chili and fixins.
It doesn't look the best, but it's delicious,
and gives us some energy for the second half of the day.
We loved it so much last year,
we actually do this at home for a quick meal.

I put out some of our Christmas decorations here in Harvey.
George needs to dig out the tree we have, it's buried in the basement :-)
Last year we didn't put anything out since we were going
to be traveling through the holiday.
Since we'll be in Charleston for Christmas eve & day,
I wanted to get in the spirit!

We're still waiting for the official release date.
Amazon always tells us in advance when our last day will be,
and to plan to work until the 23rd.
It's been pretty slow, however, so we'll see how it goes!


  1. Wooooo hooooo almost done! Hard work but worth it, right? Then where will you be going?
    Merry Christmas to you and George!

  2. Can't wait, can't wait, can't wait!!!!! I have my eye on that light as well!! :)

  3. Thanks for getting all our Amazon purchases out on time. Since we're done with our Christmas shopping, no wonder it's slowed down at Amazon... :cD

  4. Sure hope they let you out early. Still don't know how you do it. We do sweet potatoes with chili. Also really good. We've done our part this year to keep you employed. It's the first year ever that I've bought nearly every gift from Amazon. With both us and Paul finished you should get to leave any day now!!

  5. I'm glad things are winding down there and your bank accounts are full. I've helped your job security a little with Amazon, but mostly I'm an e-Bay girl.

    Charleston sounds like a great place to spend Christmas. I'll bet it's pretty then. Hang in there, you'll make it.