Friday, March 7, 2014

Three Day Weekend

WRITE. Every day in March write a slice of life story on your own blog. SHARE. Link your post in the comments on each daily call for slice of life stories here at TWT. GIVE. Comment on at least three other slice of life stories/blogs.

I LOVE three day weekends. The only thing I don't like about teaching is I can't work 4/7s and always have one. There is something exquisite about having a day to do all the things you usually do on Saturday and STILL having a free day. (Our Sundays are family time, church, etc.)

Even with being up late last night at the Teachers' Day party, dancing and dancing, I could take a nap during my daughter's rest time and not feel like I had missed my opportunity for things I needed or wanted to do. Yippee for the extra day!

To top this all off, a dear friend is in town this weekend. (In fact I need to finish this slice so I can go iron an outfit to attend a wedding of someone in their extended family.)

Thankful that tomorrow is only Saturday!


  1. Yes! I love three day weekends. Funny how Sundays seem "full" even though we are filling them mostly with things that are important to us. I could feel your joy in your exclamations and your repetitions (dancing and dancing). Sounds like a great way to kick off a weekend! Have a great time with your friend.

  2. We have a three day weekend too. Monday os a budget reduction day, a sad idea, butI'm glad to have an extra day. The icing on the cake is that next Friday is also our report card writing day, so we only teach 3 days next week!

  3. I LOVE three day weekends too! An extra day to have fun and relax! I always love them because I get an extra day to hang out with family, friends, etc. Nice Job!!! :)