Comfortable

@andriaperry (33125)
Anniston, Alabama
May 2, 2016 11:28am CST
I must say after dealing with so much the past two months and getting one day off to stay at home I could get used to it, staying at home that is. But I have to go out in the world today and pay a few bills, yes those ugly bills. I would prefer to mow my grass and play with the dogs. Maybe I can make more time this evening for both, if the rain goes away. Have a wonderful Monday!
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@cherriefic (4279)
• Baguio, Philippines
2 May 16
It's really nice to stay at home after a long time being out all the time.
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@andriaperry (33125)
• Anniston, Alabama
2 May 16
Yes it is, I like your name :) I am often just called Angie.
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• Baguio, Philippines
2 May 16
@andriaperry Thanks Angie! I hope you will enjoy your day!
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• Lakewood, Colorado
2 May 16
Hi my friend..missed you..have been off of here..Mom gravely ill. Happy Monday.
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@andriaperry (33125)
• Anniston, Alabama
2 May 16
I have missed everyone too! I was working full time. I wish your mother good health and hope that it comes soon. Have a nice day :)
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• Lakewood, Colorado
2 May 16
@andriaperry Thanks so much Andria.
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• United States
2 May 16
We spend a lot of days at home without leaving other than to my son's t-ball practice and games. We try staying home as every time we leave the house it costs money!
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@GardenGerty (91025)
• Marion, Kansas
2 May 16
My mower was not working on Friday night. I wonder if it will work in a bit. I badly need to mow. Right now I have a lot to do inside. Most of the time I do not have to go out to face the world. I hope you get some at home time this evening.
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@JudyEv (100923)
• Bunbury, Australia
3 May 16
It doesn't take long to get used to being at home, that's for sure.
@Corbin5 (81677)
• United States
2 May 16
I retired from teaching five years ago and oh my, what fun freedom happens to be. I was "teached-out." Even in retirement, I guard my time from anything that gets in the way of whatever I am up to. I take care of the have-to-do things, but there is a wealth of creative and educational things to do when one has the time.