I Know I Do This Every Year. . .

. . . but I can’t help myself. I have to do it again. So here goes:

Today, at 3:15 pm, my weekend began. And it will last until 9:30 am on Tuesday. Because that’s my schedule every Spring semester. This makes going to grad school for 7 years completely worth it.

Oh, I love this job.

15 thoughts on “I Know I Do This Every Year. . .”

  1. Yes but you’re still working right? I have to be at work tomorrow 8-5, and I get Monday off but so does everybody else. But I “get” (as I’m sure you do) to do a few hours of work tonight, and work all through the weekend AND all day Monday. Its just that Monday its going to happen in my pajamas. So occasionally I get a “work in pajamas” day but I don’t know that that’s better than not working at all and being in pajamas. I find that as a teacher my work days are 8-10pm 7 days a week sometimes. Don’t you?
    (I teach mwf with committees on t/th but sometimes teach mtwthf)

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      1. Thanks for yours, I’m doing the same with mine! I wanted to finish it for tomorrow, but it’s not going to happen.

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  2. That’s quite alright. I’m willing to keep my job in finance related IT at the cost of my weekend starting at 6pm tomorrow and going until 8a Tuesday.

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  3. I wanted to ask whether you want to share your thoughts on US-Israel-Iran situation in vacation free time. One blogger predicts US-Iran war soon:
    http://fabiusmaximus.wordpress.com/2012/01/12/33774/#more-33774
    What do you think RE the possibility of nuclear Iran? How dangerous it would really be to US? To Israel? What about current assasinations of its’ nuclear scientists? I read somewhere re hope that if the latter is successful, the war may not be necessary. It’s very difficult to understand for me and I would love to read your post on this important, relevant to all of us topic.

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  4. On another topic, I just had to share this: how an anti-Semitic woman will turn even the great prenatal care she got in Israel into an opportunity to “bring good infant care in Israel in the vicinity of โ€œeugenicsโ€ and thus comparing it to Nazism” (in a Dutch Christian mainstream paper, btw).
    http://honestreporting.com/dutch-daily-the-chosen-people-have-to-be-perfect/

    The original article seems to be in Dutch, but I think one can use Google Translate.

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