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Happy Labor Day 2010

By John M. Grohol, Psy.D.

Ahh… We work all year and get a whole day off to celebrate our working achievements. Yay!

I don’t think Labor Day means all that much to most Americans, other than the official mark of the “end” of summertime and the beginning of 8 months of uninterrupted work (well, unless you count all the Thanksgiving and Christmas and New Year’s and etc. holidays!). For me, it means a chance to take the day off (I usually end up working most weekends, one of the drawbacks of owning your own business). So we’re going over to Plum Island for a nice bike ride on this gorgeous, perfect summer’s day.

Enjoy your Labor Day!

And if you need a smile today, I leave you with these two cartoons from our own Chato B. Stewart…

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Happy Labor Day 2010

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  1. Thanks John!

    Ahhh, shucks! I’ve gotta work! 5 patients to see all backed up… self-employment has at least one downside… unpaid vacations!

    Samuel Lopez De Victoria, Ph.D.
    htt://www.DrSam.tv

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