Doggone if it isn't Monday...again. One would hope that after having to suffer through years worth of Monday's we would great a break and at least skip a week or two. And the very idea of it coming after a lovely Easter holiday makes it especially irritating.
Do you realize that every year we have to endure 52 Mondays, give or take? Over the course of my life that means I have struggled through 2,704 Mondays. Of course, sleep takes up even more time than Mondays over the course of the year, but hey! that's the way it goes.
I can definitely approach another Monday as a colossal waste of time, but is it really? Or is it just that I found it difficult to get myself back into the writing groove after a nice few days off. I suppose that in all fairness to Mondays, I cannot blame them for my own lack of productivity or of feeling totally swamped because I didn't check my emails all weekend. I know that's a sin, doggone it, but I think that is what Saturday and Sunday is for!
You can already see my Monday shaping up: fire up the computer, yes, dare to open that email, catch up on correspondence, social network (while managing to avoid pokes, hits and Farmville, Yo-ville and all those other villes), check on my personal bank situation, and so forth. Have I even hit writing yet? Ah, no. Is that what a Monday is for?
Let me know about your Mondays!
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