Here is a list of what I think are the top comments said by educators on each day of the work week:
MONDAY: "I'd be doing better if today wasn't Monday."
TUESDAY: "Still recovering from my Monday."
WEDNESDAY: "I can't wait until Friday gets here."
THURSDAY: "Just one more day until Friday."
FRIDAY: "Thank goodness it's Friday."
Educators aren't the only ones who say these things, of course. It happens everywhere. It just seems that the people in charge of preparing future generations shouldn't be thinking this way.
Wishing for the weekend cannot help but bring down your attitude and spirit. It doesn't do any good for the attitudes of the people who hear it, either.
If someone was doing a secret study of how much educators liked their jobs based on their conversations, there would be no choice but to think that they hate them.
There are many many people in the world who would love to have a job that paid as much and had the same difficulty and stress level as a teacher. Good grief.
Life is too short to be wasting so much time wishing for the future. Quit worrying about what freaking day of the week it is.