After 17 years of working (and working hard) in retail over the holidays, I can't even process the fact that I have 17 days off over Christmas this year. Today is my first official day off, and we go back to work on January 2. I'm beyond grateful for my new job.
Here's the Christmas tree at our house this year.
I was going to ask how your first Christmas off was and you answered.ReplyDelete
I am beyond happy for you. Days off during the holidays, how wonderful.
Your tree is lovely so pretty and filled with beautiful decorations.
Your tree is lovely. How wonderful for you to have all those days off. Enjoy each and every one.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful tree. Enjoy your holiday Jennifer.ReplyDelete
Your tree is beautiful. May you enjoy every minute of your 17 days.ReplyDelete
When I walk the dog in the dark I love to see all the different Christmas trees twinkling away in the houses. Yours looks lovely.ReplyDelete
May you enjoy every blissful moment of your winter break!ReplyDelete
Wow - with a full ten inches to spare.ReplyDelete
Have 17 days of fun!ReplyDelete
A wonderful vacation and a beautifully decorated tree. Enjoy the holiday.ReplyDelete
Your tree looks beautiful but there are not enough baubles, tinsel and lights on it.ReplyDelete
Looks great. I shall be out with my saw this afternoon, but I won't be able to match your decorations.ReplyDelete
Wow! What a nice tree! I feel the same way you do about working in education. Every time I get frustrated I think, "Well, remember that work schedule!"ReplyDelete
That tree is beautifully decorated.ReplyDelete
Well deserved holidays, and enjoy them Jennifer! That tree is magical; may each bauble bring for you and your family positive wishes for 2018!ReplyDelete
Greetings Maria x
What a wonderful tree! I am very happy for you; 17 days off sounds great and I am sure you'll not be bored one minute :-)ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas, Jennifer. And welcome to the more humane world of public employment.ReplyDelete
Very nice your blog and article. I like this blog thank for sharing.ReplyDelete