I thought you worked at home? Did you decide to go back to work? I hope the shift is a good one for you.
I do work at home most of the time, but I currently work PRN in CCU at a nearby hospital. Right now, I have to work, but I'm looking forward to the day when I don't have to work. My husband does not have a full time job, but thankfully, I pick up 2-3 Fridays/month when he's off. The biggest thing I don't like about it is that the days are 12 hours long, if they were 8, it would be much better.
That is what is so wonderful about nursing. You have flexibility to do these kinds of things.