That's actually one thing I like about my job at Cargill, almost the only thing, that once I clock out and leave for the day, the place doesn't worry me one bit. I'm not 'on call' just in case something breaks, I can go away and not have to leave phone numbers with anyone, I don't have to stay any later than 3pm except by a few minutes (I clocked out at 3:05 today). And I don't worry about something not being done right. I just shrug at the end of the day and say, "I'll worry about it tomorrow/Monday." It's such a relief!
Speaking of relief, I've 'shaved' my head again this year. Justin does it for me. We don't take it all the way down to scalp, though it's pretty close. I'm not getting a lot of flack from co-workers, at least nothing's been said to my face lol! My one sister is giving me grief though. Trying to quote the bible to me about long hair...and getting it wrong...and then being told, "I guess it depends on what version you read." I don't know about her, but I read New King James...it flows a bit better without the "thee's and thou's". The bible doesn't say that a woman has to have long hair, just that if she does it is her glory. Written by a man who never had long hair to deal with lol!! BUT that verse needs to be read in context, because once he's done, Paul said that we're to judge for ourselves, that he has no such custom and neither does the church...the verse is nestled in a chapter about head coverings. So it's not just about hair, but prayer caps as well. And Paul tells us to decide for ourselves about that too. But of course, we all have this need to feel ourselves more spiritual than the rest, so we pick a verse out and run with it.
I'm not saying I'm perfect. Far from it. I've grown less judgmental over the years. People are ... people. And Jesus is far more understanding and forgiving of our humanity than we are ourselves.
But that's just my opinion. What do I know? lol!!!