Thanks guys! I'm hanging in there. I haven't heard anything about when my start date is yet because they aren't open on the weekends but I'm going to do my best to get a hold of that lady in Massachusetts tomorrow and get this ball rolling because we're losing money and time to get me trained. I have to train in Kellyville, OK for a little over two weeks in a couple of months to learn how to handle a truck in certain conditions. My boss said that he's going to get me trained here and rent a truck for me to take my CDL test in.
The worst symptom that I've been dealing with is a complete lack of energy. Today, I couldn't do anything. My wife wanted to cut the grass and she knows nothing about how to cut grass. I got up and cut the front but was interrupted because she wanted to clean out her car and had it parked on the side of the house in the lawn. So I went to the store and when I got back she had half of the back yard cut and never even knew that the mower was self propelled, so she cut it all by just pushing it. She comes up all sweaty and says, "I don't know how you can cut all of our grass and then help the neighbor with his. I can hardly cut half of ours!" After I told her about the self propelled part, she just laughed and went in the house. It was funny. I'm just hurting all over and have absolutely 0 energy to do anything. But I'm not going to give in. Im going to stay strong.
Kellyville sucks. I've met several people that trained there for Schlumberger though, and they liked it. I hope the job works out and you make it down here. If you do, find yourself something to do in Tulsa, it's the only place around with anything interesting to do. I live in Tulsa but work 50 miles away for that reason
. Opiate addictions are terrible, but you can recover. You have to force yourself to do some things to keep your spirits up and your mind active away from the pain, the rest is your resolve to get better. Best of luck to you in the future