They are grey and dull and come with a large dose of stupor.
A recent zom-com (as I believe it is called) even put it in a song that kind of encapsulates what I believe Mondays do to me. Very similar to all the rest who come in groaning to work on a Monday.While I wouldn’t (and can’t) sing that song, I agree with the singer. (Link below)
Then there were the Bangles who said it was just another “Manic Monday”. Agreed. But that still does not solve my problem.
You know how, when someone wants to meet you on Monday, and you know you have a packed schedule you say, “Can you make it Tuesday?”
Believe me, it works.
So I decided we’d do it on a Thursday!
Only problem was that it was called Wisdom Wednesday. So word was sent out – this is to be equated to a King’s proclamation types that gets read out in public with the fear of dire punishment if not followed – that the following Thursday was actually a Wednesday! And the team complied. (Thanks guys!) And so on a Thursday when we were to have a Wisdom Wednesday session, if you asked any of the creative team what day it was… prompt came the reply – Today’s Wednesday!
I don’t see why we can’t do that with Monday.