Friday, July 13, 2007


I don't think I ever really got that when I was a kid. I remember being in the car with my dad and listening to the "5 o'clock whistle" on the radio on Fridays. I'd laugh at how silly he acted over it. I had no clue.

In fact, as a stay-at-home mom for the last 10 years, I've had no sense of "Fridays". Everyday was a day spent doing what I wanted to be doing. My husband didn't have traditional "weekends" off anyway, so it was just no big deal.

Now, I work a full time job, Monday to Friday. My children are in childcare all day, Monday to Friday. Now I truly know the meaning of TGIF, "Thank God It's Friday!"


Jennifer said...

When I was a kid, on Friday's the local country music radio station played "Take This Job and Shove It!" every Friday after work. Now I understand TGIF too but I've never wanted to tell my boss to shove it.

meLanie said...

love the picture, have a blessed weekend!