We should always find ways to celebrate the little things in life. What better day to celebrate these little things than the best day of the week? So, here are the things that make this a Fabulous Friday for me this week.
- FRIDAY – I think I finally figured out what I want to be when I grow up. It only took me twenty years. I want to be a stay-at-home mom. Yes, I know I have one kid about ready to go off to college, but I see no reason to have that dissuade me from my dreams. Seriously, work sucks. I am now eating daily Tums instead of daily chocolate. I am over the whole working thing. At least until Monday or the next bill comes due.
What makes this a Fabulous Friday for you?
Hahahaha, as much as I am frustrated with work (I love my job! we have just had a lot of vendor issues and various small and large malfunctions lately), I unfortunately cannot desire to have no job at all. I would go insane with boredom and probably end up murdering everyone. However, I’m well excited to start my lovely vacation — we finish up this Thursday and then I’m off until New Year’s. I want to read all the things!
My husband thinks I would go insane with boredom. My friends think I would be happy and love life. I just want the chance to figure out who is right. LOL!
Enjoy your lovely vacation! It sounds like you need it with your work issues!
I hope things get better for you at work. Enjoy the weekend break.
I would love to be a SAHM – but the damn bills ruin that dream. Lol. I’m the breadwinner in our family, so I’ll be working for a loooong time.
Yea, I’m trying to be grateful for my job but I wish it could be maybe 10-20% more challenging? And I don’t mean with challenging students – ha! But right now, kids out on break and I still have today, and two days next week to figure things to make me look busy on work-like work. I keep thinking I should be creating files of the 30 or so pieces of paper I have created, but I keep blogging instead. See? I have ZERO complaints! ha
LOL! You always read you should do what you love, but does anyone really love what they do? Except maybe writers and artists and actors? Those who have found a way to use their talents and passions as work? I mean, who really grows up thinking they want to be an accountant?
I hope things get better for you soon!!
Heh. I’ve been a stay at home mom for 11 years now and have hated every second of it. There’s never any time off the job! My favorite part of my job is when everyone goes back to school on Monday and I get a few hours of peace, heheh.
To be fair, I could NOT stay home with the kids when they were younger. We moved back from Germany when Connor was three months and had been fired from my job when I was four months pregnant with him, so I did not have a job for a good year. I was okay when I was pregnant, but after he was born I went slowly insane. I became a much better mother when I went back to work. I felt differently after Holly was born and sobbed like a baby when I was forced to go back to work seven months after she was born (again because we moved three months after she was born). I’ve been fighting these feelings since then, but now the idea of my oldest leaving the house has me truly regretting not being home with them more often. Plus, I am beginning to detest my work. I am just not cut out for the stress and pressure of this job. I would be so bored with a more mundane job, but the lack of pressure and stress would be perfect.