79 Of 365 (366) For 2012

[ All credit to J. J. Taylor, whose lovely picture may be found here. ]


“I’ve always hated Mondays, the whole lot of them.

Too much whiplash, snapping the tired masses to attention.

God’s way, perhaps, of reminding us that we are not masters of our fate,

no matter how deluded we became during the weekend respite.”


[ Jonathan HullLosing Julia ]

10 thoughts on “79 Of 365 (366) For 2012

    • Right?! That’s what I don’t like about sundays – they are far too close to dreaded mondays and it makes you realise that it’s a long week ahead before a 2 day freedom 😉

    • Hah! Thank you, Love! 😀 Yeah we have a long going love-hate-relationship: I hate seeing it come around and it (in turn) loves to show up just to annoy the hell out of me (or so it seems) 😉

  1. You could make a calendar and have all of your great Monday quotes listed on every month of the year. It would be a bestseller. Mondays really don’t have a lot of redeeming qualities unless, of course, you have the day off.

    • What an awesome idea?! If for one of numerous possible reasons my legal career goes belly-up, I shall consider that! I mean who wouldn’t want such a calender?! -I know I would want one – Hey and since it was your ingenious idea I’m willing to go 15% / 85% on the profits 😉

      Ha ha ha: We will be rich – RICH, I tell you! 😉

      Oh and just to make this work I will have to pinch this from you:

      “Mondays really don’t have a lot of redeeming qualities unless, of course, you have the day off.”

      Just because it might just be the best thing I’ve read on the gloom that is monday up to now! 🙂

      PS. I hope you’ll understand that I had to lay off the monday for the cause of my fathers birthday

      PPS. If this monday thing works we should consider branching out: Thursdays aren’t much of a pleasure either – way too teasing and don’t even get me started on the bitter-sweetness that is sunday morning 😉

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