Monday, January 4, 2010

House Cleaning and The Stones

It's Monday, and my last day before I go back to work after a two week holiday! I'm relaxing, doing some house cleaning, and listening to The Stones! What are you up to on this lovely day?

10 comments:

Ferd said...

Hi, Jess!
Happy New Year!
Bummer about work, but then again, there are these little things called bills...

I'm chilling at home right now, trying to shake a holiday virus courtesy of my little nephew.

Love the Stones! When I was a kid, I remember a new song on the radio by the Stones or The Beatles like every other week! Part of the soundtrack of my life.

Peace!

JohnH985 said...

Two weeks off! Wow! And at Christmas time...that is so awesome. Hope you had a great time. If you really feel energetic with your house cleaning mine is always in need of cleaning.... :)

As always great music.

Jessica said...

Hi Ferd,
Hope you feel better soon! I've managed to ward off any nasty bugs so far this season! *fingers crossed* The Beatles are great too! Isn't it funny how music can bring you back to eras in your life. Probably the first thing I ever listened to as a child was a mixed tape of the Beatles that my dad made me...I still have it, today, stashed away!

Jessica said...

John,
Well I was studying for the majority of my break, but it was so nice not to have to go into work. working for a University system does have it's benefits. :)Just finished with my house now, and I'm all out of steam..maybe next time! LOL

Arv said...

House cleaning on a Monday seems to be interesting :P

take care mate... cheers...

Jessica said...

Arv,
Hahaha, I Know, right? It's kind of an oddity. :)

Psych Babbler said...

Happy New Year! Hope you have a great 2010 ahead...

lena said...

Happy New Year, Jessica.
Hope your first day at work was not that bad.

Vixen said...

Hope your first day back today isn't too trying!

Jessica said...

Hi Psych,
Thanks you too, for sure! :)

Lena & Vixen,

Thanks to you both! It wasn't too bad, a bit hectic, but it went pretty quickly, and that is always nice. :)