LOL! There are days like that…but then again, I’m something like thirty years away from retirement myself. That’s when I seriously consider “mental health days” or even telling my boss I died or fell off the face of the planet or something…the only problem is then I don’t have a job to go back to…so I just trudge through it.
I’m so glad that I have a job that I love. 🙂
Cool cartoon. Looks like the woman of the house keeps a tidy place.
yeah, i can totally relate. i woke late one morning, did the doh! jumped up to get dressed for work, then realized i was already somewhat retired. so, i went back to bed.
have woke up thinking i had to work then found out it was my day off
Jason, i have also done that occasionally. but then again, all of my days are days off…
Yes, Snow’ – sometimes we must just bite our tongues.
Rodney – you got that right!
*** Hey, to others reading, check out what Rodney [url=http://www.sonshinefm.ws/mornings/]does for a living[/url].
Eugene – she sure does, but I wonder how long before she tires of his retirement 😉
LOL @ d’Pa – actually that’s quite sad 8^D
Jas’ – you’re not even that old… what’s your excuse? 😉
if you saw my scores for that test Brett posted you would know
and why is that? by not being a “slave” to the work-a-day world, it allows me to be where i am needed most…
[quote]and why is that? by not being a “slave” to the work-a-day world, it allows me to be where i am needed most…[/quote]
no, no… getting up and going to work when you didn’t need to. 😉
No, I fully appreciate your lot in life now and so look forward to a similar calling someday — especially the gpa bit!
ah, my misunderstanding. as for waiting for the gpa bit, well, my friend, it is WELL worth the wait.
dang it, i forgot why i came on here
maybe you hit the wrong link…?