Just The Working Life

It’s Labor Day here in the U.S. Working on a few projects so I thought I’d repost this blog from last year.

Enjoy the last few hours of summer!


JerseyStyle Photography

Sod Farmer, Allentown, New Jersey Sod Farmer, Allentown, New Jersey

Today here in the United States, is Labor Day. The commemorative day began in 1882, originating from a desire by the Central Labor Union to create a day off for the “working man.” It is still celebrated mainly as a day of rest and marks the symbolic end of summer for many. Labor Day became a federal holiday by Act of Congress in 1894.

“It’s the working, the working, just the working life.”
~ Factory, Bruce Springsteen

This day is not for me. I don’t work.

Pressman, Florence, Kentucky Pressman, Florence, Kentucky

I mean, of course I do. I put on a shirt every day and have a place of work to go to, an office to go into, a computer to sit in front of all day and “get things done.” At the end of the day I shut out the light and go home, and…

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