Day 16: Labor Day

Labor Day has often been problematic for me. It usually meant I was either a student or teacher who was returning to school the next day or had recently returned to school. I never much liked school — it had other people there and other people scared me most of my life. More recently, September meant spend-down and many of the projects on which I worked put off accessibility until they knew they had leftover money that they had to spend before the end of the fiscal year. It was a VERY busy month.

This year I had no school to return to nor a potentially busy month, so the day was not much different than any other day, making it, if not delightful, not dreadful.

Husband went kayaking for most of the day again, so the house was, again, mine for several hours. I spent it cleaning out my dresser which does not sound like a delightful task, but it ended up being just that. Without discarding any of my clothes, I will no longer have to swap winter/summer clothes again because I organized all my dresser clothes in my dresser + the empty drawer under my side of the bed. The closet is next!

Other delights today:

  • It was a delightful day, weather-wise
  • Clare’s being published (more on that later — it deserves its own post)

3 thoughts on “Day 16: Labor Day

  1. Oooh la la, the feeling of well organised drawers! A delight indeed. (I wish you could see my smile and raised eyebrows. lol)

    Yay for Claire. Looking forward to hearing the details.

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  2. Oh, yes. Organization. The delight in HAVING DONE something, if not the delight in it itself, which it sounds like you managed anyway!

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