Monday strikes with full Monday.


Let’s start of with I had to retype “Monday” three times. It’s so Monday and Monday MEANS IT.

I had one of those issues this morning with a part of bill-paying life we’ve started to take for granted. I don’t want to go into gory details on the world wide web, but I feel like I’m at the beginning of a long, twisted metaphorical headache.

Which could lead to a long, twisted non-metaphorical headache.

Woo. Hoo.

It’s gray and snowy and I set a goal to get my hall closet organized. It needed it like you wouldn’t believe, and I got ambitious with all the organizing I did for my parents. But I’m at the “What was I thinking” stage.

But here’s reality. If we don’t stop and take stock, we don’t know where we are or what we have. We become jumbled; it’s tough to see what’s what.

Or maybe that’s just hall closets.

So I’m off to the task at hand, made better by a lovely group of folks who helped me make a playlist. I highly recommend doing the same.

How’s your Monday going? Better, I hope, than mine. Have a great week.

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2 thoughts on “Monday strikes with full Monday.

  1. Sluggish. My Monday was sluggish. I have been so lethargic lately. This morning (Tuesday) I did an awesome, energizing, Kundalini yoga workout, and was motivated to walk to the market, and all the way beyond to a place that rents bicycles to look into rentals … then it started raining. Not a huge deal. Until it became a steady tropical monsoon.

    So today, I have energy but no desire to go anywhere.

    Good luck with the closet! You motivate me to take stock of some cleaning I need to do.

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    • Thanks, it’s a work in progress. But it makes SUCH A DIFFERENCE when it’s done.

      I love Kudalini! It’s the cardio of yoga, and it just amps up your energy. Also great job, since you can’t be responsible for the weather and monsoons aren’t exactly compatible with errands.

      I hope your energy is back soon, but NaNoWriMo can really take it out of you. Get some rest, you’ve earned it.


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