one day weekend – whining!   Leave a comment

I’m glad to have a job. I’m glad to have a job. I’m glad to have a job.

I keep reminding my self of that, but today it is hard to believe! I worked over 60 hours last week, more if you count travel, and next week has two nights of working late. No chance to take time off to rest and recover…

BUT the Farmer’s market convention went very well, so that is good, and makes the exhaustion worthwhile.

But just having one day off over two weeks is rough on me who is used to being spoiled with 4 day work weeks and three-day weekends.

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Posted January 27, 2013 by salpal1 in what I am thinking about

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