Monday, Monday …

Mondays carry a melancholy feel.  Why is that?  Even now, willfully unemployed, I’m sorry to see the weekend, well, END.  Because my friends head back to work for five whole days and I wouldn’t think of annoying them in the middle of all that.  And it’s likely some sort of latent psychosis — a Monday maladjustment.  Predictably, by Tuesday morning the psyche is once again in harmony with the turning of the earth, and the blue mood slips away.  Must.Make.Changes.  Adopting a new attitude about Mondays, starting in 4 … 3 … 2 …







6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. jennypellett
    Oct 07, 2014 @ 00:02:55

    I like the idea of Monday being my day. I’ll go along with that one 😊



  2. Sammy D.
    Oct 06, 2014 @ 18:31:13

    Love your creative adjustment to make Monday yours.

    It took Hub and me several years after retirement to get rid of the Sunday afternoon blues and anxiety, but now I barely remember what day it is.



  3. Carrie Rubin
    Oct 06, 2014 @ 17:54:16

    It’s funny, but I feel more blue on a Sunday evening than on Monday. I guess it’s because I know my weekend is over. By the time Monday arrives, I’ve adjusted and am ready to work again. 🙂



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