*EDITED* I'm very PROUD of myself, and I wanted to share...
I just got done prepping, cooking, serving, and then cleaning up dinner for a group of 150 fathers and their children! The prepping and cooking was done by two of us: the Director of Food and Nutrition and myself. The rest of the camp staff helped us with serving and clean-up. I never thought I'd be able to work in a kitchen, because of the chaos. I won't lie, it was chaotic. At times I felt awkward and out of place, but this is one of my first times working there so it was expected. It definetly had it's 'new job' vibe for a little while, but there was so much that needed to be done it wasn't too bad! I enjoyed the fast pace of it all.
LOL Neeeevverr would have I guessed I could have done that! Not in a million years.
Oh, and I also FINALLY found out what I was making. I asked my boss (aka camp director) how much I was making during clean-up. Annnd guess what???? $10 DOLLARS AN HOUR!!! Yay!!!!!
*EDIT SUNDAY* I DID IT! I survived this week!! I made it through my dh's surgery,and the worst of his recovery (hopefully!). I survived working one job 22 hours in 4 days. I got the kids to and from school every single day. My house is (relatively and I think understandably) CLEAN. Annnnd I prepared, cooked, and cleaned up for dinner AND breakfast as a group of 150 men and children ate in a cafeteria setting. AND I started at 5:30 am by cleaning the camp for the cleaning company, and clocking in an hour later at the camp to do breakfast!!!
WOOOHOOO!!! That's 30 HOURS this week! And my a surgery! Not too fucking bad, if I don't say so myself.
Oh, I might go into the ER today. My friggin' lymph nodes / thyroid or something looks like I have baby balloons growing in my neck. I feel alright, I guess but my throat is kinda sore and tender. More annoying then anything, and if it's some sign of an infection I'd rather nip it in the butt now. I have no time to be sick!