Thursday, December 15, 2011

No More Alarm Clocks

It is 6:00 AM.  I roll over, look at he clock and close my eyes again.  Now it is 7:00 and the activity repeats.  In fact it repeats over and over until the mood hits and I decide to start my day. 

I think I might actually enjoy not working.


Anonymous said...

: )

burntoutteacher said...

I am looking forward to the first real snowfall and not having to dig out in order to get into school on time even though few students would even be there! Having to choose between risking life and limb to get to school or using up a CAR day because the mighty Bloomberg doesn't know how hard it is to get through the snow in the outer boroughs.

Schoolgal said...

Is this a good time to tell you I told you so???? You have now discovered my favorite part of retirement. It's not the free time or travel--it's being able to pull the covers over my head and go back to sleep.

And on those days when no one in their right mind should be on the roads and Bloomberg announces that schools are open, you will feel the joy even more!!!

alarmng gal said...

I get the impression that you might be retired and that you prefer getting started on your own rather than by an alarm clock. One of the good things about retirement is that there is no schedule and no alarm clock.