Hey everyone, had some trouble yesterday delivering Saturday airs and trying to get some peace of mind here to enjoy whats left of the weekend. I am a preloader during the week and a Saturday air driver. Yesterday, I was delivering a route for my 2nd time that covers a very large area, and I would say this route is the furthest away from our center that we service on Saturdays. I had 17 stops and 15 of them were 13:30 commits, the other 2 were 12:00 commits. When I mapped out the route, I didn't factor in the 2 12:00 commits, 1 piece was unforcasted, and being new to the route, I assumed it was a 13:30. The other one, I failed to pay attention to detail and notice that it was a 12:00. I know, stupid on my part. I ended up delivering them after my 13:30 commits, and they were late. My supervisor didn't really flip out on me, but he did say there is a possibility of a warning letter. I have recently reviewed my Pittsburgh report and discovered that I have service failures on previous Saturdays, but I know for a fact that these pieces were 1. Someone elses work that I was sent out to pick up and deliver, after management already knew they were late. 2. Around the holidays, we had air brought to our building late and I was asked to cover two different routes. Management knew there were going to be lates, but it still showed up on my Pittsburgh as service failures. I am wondering where this will leave me If I do get a warning letter. Do I do anything about it? How serious is a warning letter? I have to be honest, these 2 late airs were completely 100% my fault. But these are the only late airs I have had that were actually my work. I will also mention that I literally just handed in my request to transfer to full time package car driver this past week.