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During my career, Saturday was my choice. If I had been traveling I would be home by Friday night. Saturday was the day to decompress a bit, be with the family, and catch up on office work. Sundays would be the day I dreaded since that was when I had to pack and be prepared to leave again Monday morning.
Now that I am retired Monday would be my pick. A fresh week lies in front of me, full of opportunities and experiences, some scheduled, some not. Since we attempt to avoid crowds by not shopping much on weekends, Monday may have a few necessary errands: bank, home improvement store, library. But, doing these things when many other folks are at work makes them actually enjoyable.
Wednesday is our busiest day. Food shopping, a few hours with the grandkids in the afternoon, a trip to the gym or 30 minute walk, and a ham radio activity right after dinner makes that day rather full....a good full but still pretty hectic.
Time does seem to take on a different feel during retirement. Monday and Tuesday have a decent pace and rhythm. Each goes by at a comfortable, acceptable speed.
Then someone flips a switch. Before I am ready for the week to be almost over it is Friday again. Chores and something fun to do takes care of Saturday. Sunday is pretty much a blur: church followed by the afternoon and early evening spent with family for games, a movie or football game, and dinner. Then, back to Monday.
What about you? Which day of the week is your favorite? How about the day you don't look forward to and why?
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