Monday Morning Grievance: End of Break

It’s Monday and I haven’t had my coffee.

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Winter Break is Officially Over

Shave & Haircut: Two Bits

My barber says two months between cuts is too long.

Now I can style my hair; apparently, “mop” isn’t in fashion.

Maybe “style” is too fancy for hair gel and a comb, but it’s more than what I’ve been doing.

Since I haven’t shaved since the beginning of December – far too long ago in Krystal’s opinion – this shave was a multi-step process involving both an electric razor and a normal safety razor, a fair amount of shave cream, and more than the usual aftershave lotion.

I really don’t like shaving.

Clothes Maketh the Man

Last Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday were laundry days.

Now I have “normal” clothes; no more sweatpants and sweatshirts all day.

However, I did receive some nice shirts and a sweater for Christmas; so, there’s that.

Remember, Kids: Breakfast is the Most Important Meal of the Day

Huge “THANK YOU” to the students who gave me coffee.

Your gift kept me alive the past two weeks.

Now that I can’t just go to the kitchen whenever I want, I actually have to plan breakfasts again.

Good thing I can pick up a value-sized carton of blueberry toaster pastries on the way to work.

Let’s get this day rolling, shall we?

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6 thoughts on “Monday Morning Grievance: End of Break

  1. What a wonderful feeling not to have to think about going back to school! After the first year of retirement from teaching I don’t feel guilty any more! I hope the new term and the students are kind to you and you have a successful New Year!

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