So the typical day for me is different during the week as I work  12-13 hr days Sat and Sun and a 6+ hr Monday. I sometimes work the other days when needed doing long courier runs or just catching up the orders.

So Tues, Wed, Thurs and Fri I get up, grab a coffee and play a few games of backgammon and wake up. Then on to feed the critters and change litter (fun fun).  I do 20 minutes on the treadmill, whatever housework needs doing (usually not much at all) and head out shopping. Shopping is a daily thing on my days off as I love day-tripping to antique shops and find a lot of great treasures to brighten my home.  Finding time to lunch with friends and/or taking them shopping with me is a must as we gotta keep up on the goings on you know.

I love to cook and bake so my late afternoons always smell fantastic! The guys at work appreciate my baking +++

On my work days it’s a little different, I still take care of the critters and do my 20 minutes but that and the work day is usually it. I am typically in bed by 7 as 4 a.m. comes early.

I do not celebrate Xmas or anything else for that matter so I am free to do what-ever I please on those days everyone else is tied down on. This year I choose to work Xmas day and will be dispatching New Years Eve too.

I love my alone time, reading, writing, crocheting or just catching up on favorite tv shows or Ted talks (a definite favorite)  My room-mate works 6-3 Mon-Thurs and 6-4 Fri so I have plenty to do with the  time to create for just for me.

I do appreciate the life I have made for myself and find that by cutting the users and drama queens from my life I am a lot calmer, happier and learning so much more about life on this planet.

About bettywins3

Looking to expand my middle aged horizons in any way I can. I am always seeking out knowledge where-ever I may find it , I love learning even the most mundane things, I love watching TED and surfing the net , I google anything I don't know no matter how trivial it may seem.
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