Recently a friend told me she thought she was homesick for places she had enjoyed in the past, or places she had not yet been.
Being “Homesick” for places you have not yet been is something many drivers experience. If you suffer from this affliction, come drive truck for us. We will pay you while you are being treated.
Labor Day.. In 1894 President Grover Cleveland signed a law establishing Labor Day as an official Federal Holiday. However, 30 states had established the holiday before the Federal Government did. You see, Americans have a long history of being hard workers. Immigrants came from all over the world to better their lives and work as Americans. Our country was built on sweaty brows and callused hands.
Today’s workers have the same grit as our foremothers and fathers. Whether traveling to make sales calls, sitting in front of a computer screen entering data, creating innovative new software, working in a factory building machinery, preparing our next meals, steel workers in a mill, iron workers erecting buildings, or truck drivers delivering the goods that support all the above occupations, this nation runs on the hard work of it’s citizens. The United States of America has the strongest economy, the strongest military and the strongest currency in the world. We are truly fortunate to live in this great country that was built by and for today’s workers.
Celebrate Labor Day! Be safe and enjoy the long weekend.