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It's Sunday afternoon............

Discussion in 'Retirement' started by Serdinya, Apr 29, 2012.

  1. .....and I have no stress. I'm not worried about the week ahead. I have no lesson plans to do.
    I am retired - and relaxed.
  2. angiebabe

    angiebabe New commenter

    Me too - oh what joy!
    On the other hand it was on days like this that I didn't mind doing the planning because it was so cold and rainy so nothing better to do. Used to just put some classical music on and enjoy it - now I just stick the telly on and watch without guilt.
  3. Isn't it WONDERFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  4. Oh Yes!!
  5. I'll join this club! I used to hate Sunday.
  6. I'm on countdown - 10 more planning Sundays to go!
  7. alfredrussell

    alfredrussell New commenter

    8 Sundays and 45 days. I told my L6th class (year 13) on Thursday. Actually quite chuffed when 6 of them came to speak to me individually on Friday about how they would miss me next year.
  8. I can thoroughly recommend it! Not being woken up by the alarm at 6 o'clock is another huge bonus! - and no bells every 50 minutes.
  9. angiebabe

    angiebabe New commenter

    Abso-friggin-lutely ha! ha! ha!
  10. redx11

    redx11 New commenter

    It sounds bliss - I can't wait. Role on July [​IMG]
  11. redx11

    redx11 New commenter

    Sorry 'roll'
  12. Enjoyed the bank holiday, so this week Monday is the new Sunday. I'm also on countdown until the end of term. I just need to do the Y2 SATs, reports,trips, sports day and many other activities and the finishing line will be in sight.

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