In The Factory: work and work and work

My husband’s work… i have no idea what those rolls are. It’s a drywall factory, my husband doesn’t work on the floor though… oh how i wish he could retire.

10 comments on “In The Factory: work and work and work”

  1. Rolls of paper? Retirement is the absolute best.

    I love this shot.

    1. could be rolls of cow pies for all i know 🙂 and yes, i’m sure retirement is the best lol

  2. Rolls of paper, I think, too. Industrial Intrigue. I’m not so convinced that retirement is the best, but everyone has an opinion. However, I’d say that retirement is better than not being able to retire. Cue Otis Redding “Sittin’ On the Dock of the Bay.”

    1. i actually know what you mean, Phil… my husband doesn’t do well when he’s not working, work is good for him. i’m just being selfish and wanting him home 🙂

  3. intriguing shot, Elaine. looks like there are few people around and quite a bit of mechanization.

    1. thanks man, i’m not sure about the ratio of man to machine 🙂

  4. I know someone else who can hardly wait to retire! It’s such a great place to be, once it happens. In the meantime, I do hope Hubby stays safe there. Kinda like being a farmer indoors? 😀

    1. hubby is safe there, he is head of the shipper receiving department… but i think he is not going to retire for another 10 years, gah!!

  5. It’s a man’s man’s world but it would be nothing without a woman or a girl 😉

    All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.

    1. a manly man needs a womanly woman 🙂

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