Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Toilet Tuesday

I did so good on Sunday that I gave myself Monday off too. Since the mopping was done and all. Did you remember to mop yesterday? Instead of house cleaning chores yesterday I went shopping. Got some new clothes for my trip this weekend, and new shoes. Oh how I desperately needed new shoes. Yay.

Today is Tuesday and today we are supposed to clean our toilets people. I'll do mine as soon as I get back from work. Which should be in like an hour. Does it count as work if you only do it a couple hours a week? If your last paycheck was $26? Part of me would like a new job, with more hours, more responsibility, and of course, more pay. The other part of me wonders when I would have the time to do that, and doesn't want to get tied down to a rigid work schedule. I kinda like the fact that I can ask for 4 days off and get them without question so I can fly off on a whim to see my hubby. That part of my job rocks.

The first part of me feels like a failure for not finishing my degree and for not having a "career" by this point in my life. The problem with that is I've never been able to decide what I want to do. I've dabbled in a lot of fields, and although there are things I have liked about all of them, there are also things I've hated enough to know that I don't want to spend the rest of my life doing them. Sometimes I'm so jealous of my husband who found a career that he loves and can do every day with happiness. I'm also so very thankful that his career makes enough money for me to continue to be indecisive.

So I'm off to work for a few hours and then I'm cleaning the potties.

Have a great day!!

2 comments:

just beth said...

dammit, quit telling me what to do! I did NOT mop the floors yesterday and I am NOT going to clean the toilet today. I'll do both tomorrow and you'd better be HAPPY with that.

damnit.

xo

b.

LenaLoo said...

I wish my husband knew what he loved to do and had his degree done to do it :( because let me tell you, I am just as indecisive. I have been to 5 schools in 6 years and changed majors 5 or 6 times...