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NJMATTICE
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Thinking of you.

Monday, February 18, 2013

Just wanted to check in. My life consists of this. Leave for work at 6 a.m. Return around 7 p.m. Eat dinner. Pass out. I am not unhappy. I do enjoy my new line of work, but it is kicking my butt. Think of you often. Hope to make time for me. We'll see.
All the best.
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  • v MAURIZIA
    Hi, Nancy. Thanks for checking in. Sounds like my job...though today I head home at 2 pm since I am at a local hospital...then deal with work email when I get there.

    Be sure to find time to breath, says the pot to the kettle.

    Hugs.
    1255 days ago
  • v TWEETIEBIRDIE
    THINKING OF YOU TOO! It sounds like you love your new job. Remember to take time for yourself. Whatever you don't finish will still be waiting for you tomorrow. From a teacher to a teacher...beware of teacher burnout!!! emoticon
    1255 days ago
  • v BENDYBEE
    sounds like you have a job you enjoy and a routine ... soOo if it's not broken no fixing is needed emoticon
    1256 days ago
  • v WANDAH3
    Hey Nancy...you are in our thoughts always too. Don't forget to try for down time to recharge your batteries. I'm glad that you there for those kids. Hugs to you too.
    1256 days ago
  • v SEAGLASSQUEEN
    I look after myself first thing in the morning. That means getting up early to give myself quality time. I am a morning person so that usually means that by night fall, I am tired and not at my best to start something.
    1256 days ago
  • v YMWONG22
    That is a typical working day for many people. I think this is what is termed the "rat race". Lets all of us look meaning and motivation from our day everyday.
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    1256 days ago
  • v ELRIDDICK
    Thanks for sharing
    1256 days ago
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