Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Today is Hump Day

Actually, when you're retired, Hump Day no longer has any meaning. The 5-day uphill grind doesn't apply because your schedule is no longer regimented by an outside source (in most circumstances). Some weeks you are busy and some weeks not--and you can eagerly anticipate both.

The rest of this week is going to be busy. It's MEA (Minnesota Education Association) when all the teachers in the state have their annual convention. This means Thursday and Friday off for the kids. My daughter is coming from out-of-town to go to the Titanic Exhibit at the Science Museum and my granddaughter wants me to go to the History Museum with her to work on a paper about women in the state 100 years ago. We will be on the go!

Next week, there's not much of anything going on, so I can relax.


^..^Corgidogmama said...

Sounds as if your days are full....and that you still need a hump day with so much activity!

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

Now there is a woman who was in the state about 100 years ago and more and less, before and after she was in New York, and that is Brenda Ueland, whose work (if not her life!!!) I very much admire!!!!