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Just Waiting For Dinner To Cook! 
4th-Jan-2016 06:37 pm
Yawn - Horse
As ever I seem to have loads of comments to catch up with - I will ... I promise (just may not be today)

First day back at work - first full day for many months ... so am really tired.  Thankfully I have tomorrow off.  As of next week I shall be doing an extra day a week (3 1/2), so not a lot compared with most, but having had a year where it was rare for me to work the 2 1/2, it will seem a lot.  The dept has given me a clinic to work in (plus a pay rise).  I am on a 6 month temporary contract, still employed via the Bank, so that is just great.

Saw Dad yesterday, and he is slowly settling.  Nick was coming down today, but I shall go in tomorrow and de-Christmas his room.  I need to do my own lounge as well.

Did any other Brits see War & Peace last night ... was it me tired, or was it a bit of a muddle?  Oh well, I shall try again next week and see if things fall into place better.

Well I can hear the buzzer so looks like I need to get to the kitchen.

Happy January 4th!!!
Comments 
4th-Jan-2016 07:11 pm (UTC)
I'm not surprised that you feel tired after your first day back.

I think 3.5 days sounds like a really good working week to stop you getting worn out, as long as it earns you enough to get by. And a 6 month contract still through the bank sounds good, too, as it leaves you in the bank should the contract be renewed, doesn't it?
9th-Jan-2016 01:56 pm (UTC)
Yes, the Bank work is such that whether they renew this new contract, or not, I still have my nursing contract. So it means if I hate it, or get ill again then I can revert to my more relaxed hours of work.
5th-Jan-2016 06:00 pm (UTC)
Yay for more work but take it steady!

Have another go at War and Peace there's a lot of character to keep track of but it does make sense
9th-Jan-2016 01:57 pm (UTC)
Trying to take things easy, but like with War & Peace, I now have a bad cold so doubt either will be done well!
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