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Tag Archives: vacation
11 days off in a row! My office has a use-it-or-lose-it vacation policy, and my work anniversary is February 1. I had two as yet unused vacation days. So, it occurred to me that since my normal work week is … Continue reading
Electrical work is being done at my house this morning, so no time to blog. Please enjoy this re-post. (Teddy Rosalie says she needs some attention as I’ve been ignoring her recently.) I’m bored! Just like any other dependent, … Continue reading
Tomorrow, I return to the 9-to-5 grind, with decidedly mixed feelings. Of course, I’m happy to have a job. Many older people have trouble finding new employment when jobs are lost, and I was very fortunate to have a strong network … Continue reading