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So I love y'all

2020-03-30 18:15:06.770577+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

So I love y'all, I really do, but I can tell who works from home and who... uh... doesn't by who loses track of what day it is.

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#Comment Re: So I love y'all made: 2020-03-30 20:37:16.600166+00 by: markd

My week situational awareness was driven by my music schedule. oh, had band last night which means that was monday, so today is tuesday. Now that that stuff is on hiatus, I am temporally adrift.

#Comment Re: So I love y'all made: 2020-03-31 16:38:03.572097+00 by: DaveP

Being retired, my schedule got more full. Tuesday and Friday are baking bread days. Wednesday and Saturday are water the trees days. Monday and Thursday are water the rose bushes. Thursday is shopping...

I sometimes wake up and wonder what day it is, but I can check my wristwatch and find that out pretty quickly. Same as I have since some time in grade school...

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