I'd rather spend my money on good flip-flops than a winter jacket!

Friday, August 15, 2014

Keeping track of time

I have a watch for work, I picked it up at Walmart for $12.98. It lives in a pocket when I'm not at work.
I have calenders with my grandkids pictures on them, I look at the pictures a lot, those are great calenders!
My phone has both a clock and a calender, it works really really well & lives in my pocket when I'm not using it. I print that same calender out (gotta love google!) & keep that next to my computer, it has 'things' on it that are important to me but no pictures.

And I have my work shirt drawer. I work six days a week and I have six shirts.


As the week goes on...



When I open that drawer and see only one shirt left I know I made it again!

It looks like I should update my map too


Sunday is my last work day so the shirt drawer trick won't matter anymore...
I'm heading back to Washington to take care of some things.




5 comments:

  1. It seems like no one wears a watch anymore...they all depend on their cell phones for the time. I bought me a $10.00 watch at Walmart a couple of years ago but since they no longer change batteries out there, I have to remember to take it to Mexico on my next trip.

    I can't believe your last work day is Sunday...seems you just got there. Have a safe trip to Washington.

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    1. If I have a watch on I turn into a clock watcher, pocket watches were my thing for many years. This watch is needed at work.

      We got to Iowa in April, four & a half months ago... I'm leaving early but work goes to just weekends after Sunday (weekends until Oct) & I do have things to do back in Washington.

      Thank you.

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  2. I really enjoyed my five and a half years working in Washington state.

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  3. I wear a watch to keep track of what day it is, not only the time.

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  4. I carried a pocket watch for years otherwise I'm a clock watcher... After I retired Tues was important because Wednesday was garbage day :)

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