It’s Thanksgiving Day morning 2019 as I write this. This day finds me relaxing and recuperating from what’s been a busy week at my work assignment, not to mention what will be a busy month to come. Without divulging any details of the company where I’m currently assigned (due to privacy and all), I’ll say that this company has clients from across the country, and that December is always their busiest time of year. Hopefully for my sake, such a busy time will spill well into January, if not February. If not, hopefully a new line of work, from a staffing agency or otherwise, will be lined up for me by the time I leave this assignment.
This Thanksgiving also finds me at home, just relaxing, perhaps doing some laundry, and not paying too much attention to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade unlike more recent years. I have no plans to go anywhere, other than maybe a walk around the neighborhood to get in some much-needed exercise. Speaking of which, I was tempted to participate in a 10K run that is staged in Madison every year on Thanksgiving, but it’s kind of hard to run in a heavy winter coat. No, we don’t have snow here in Madison at the moment, but the chilly temperatures would dampen any enjoyable run.