Puttering can get old.

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11 Responses to Puttering can get old.

  1. xGRS says:

    Especially funny today since I’m in at the office when most of the province gets a statutory holiday today.

  2. Gifoftheday says:

    It does feel like things have been hectic the past few weeks…a little time off would provide more appreciation! Is that included in the stimulus package?

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  3. xGRS says:

    @Giftoftheday: Er, I don’t think so. Family Day was a new statutory holiday introduced in Ontario last February. Alberta’s also had it a while. Since my company does business across the country, we still need a minimum number of people on-site.

  4. pakin says:

    “Millions long for immortality who don’t know what to do with themselves on a rainy Sunday afternoon.” — Susan Ertz

  5. And when you can take vacation time anytime you please but don’t get paid for it, appreciation for freedom takes a nosedive.

  6. Mike says:

    And it takes the right kind of person to stretch that line out a little further and be retired.

  7. Vacation= holiday time

  8. ISammael says:

    X-axis: see also “Watching votes in Venezuela from outside it”

  9. Slate says:

    I’ve been on vacation for three years, and it didn’t work that way for me. Up, then down, then on its way back up again, like a sideways S curve.

  10. Henry says:

    OOOO, this is so true.

    You will never know good, unless there is evil.
    Everything is relative.

    It’s only during vacation that you’re enjoying your freedom. Thus, if everyday is vacation time, one wouldn’t appreciate the freedom vacation entails.

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