Day 2752: Working it

Since I recovered from COVID-19 in March, I’ve been working non-stop.

Yesterday, a hard-working friend texted me that I should take a vacation and I replied “What is this ‘vacation’ that you speak of?”

As foreign as the concept seems, I will be getting a vacation from work to spend time with my son, who has finished up his school work for the year in Scotland.

Now it’s time to work this post with photos that show different ways of working it.

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I had trouble working that dish by Michael into a recent post, so there it is, working it here and now.

There are several versions of the Beatles’ “We Can Work it Out” working it on YouTube, including here and here.

 

I’m looking forward to seeing our government working it better in future months and I’m looking forward to people working it in a comment, below.

As always, gratitude is working it in this blog.

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23 thoughts on “Day 2752: Working it

  1. Do whatever works for you, my friend! ლ(=ↀωↀ=)ლ

  2. Vacation has a different connotation, since we’ve been staying safe at home. Go bust a piñata, run around the yard. Nice that you can have a face to face visit with Aaron And of course, eat chocolate!
    Thanks, Ann for helping us work it out.

  3. vacation means many different things to many different people, but what they all have in common, is that it is a ‘time away’ from something, where they can let down their guard, ease up on a daily routine schedule, and reset their appreciation for life. this works whether metaphorical or on an actual physical vacation.

  4. puella33

    Ann, I hope you make it to Europe. I don’t think they opened their borders to us yet. Please let me know when they do- I’m dying to get away.

  5. I feel like I’ve been more productive at work since going into quarantine, and have even felt pressured to be productive to prove that I’m working hard while working from home, but I think we could all use a break from the stress.

  6. Maureen

    I’m really glad to hear that you will be seeing Aaron soon.

  7. Working it………………..
    Do I work anything?
    Me thinks not…………………

  8. Yup, working it day by day… at home, on the net, in the community, not letting this virus get me down. Life is different, but we just gotta keep “workin’ it” the best we can! I love that pretty kitty of yours – and what a cute little mouse you gave her! ❤

  9. Oh have a lovely time with your son, and always good to see gratitude worked into a post 😊

  10. You are always working at something, Ann. Be safe and be well.

  11. Oh lord…”You’re the Gratest”, lol. If you were working at making me laugh out loud, it worked.

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