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Monday’s Back with a Bwahahaha and Possibly a Har Har Har

Dead Pirate
One year—last or maybe the year before that?—Facebook did a word cloud of my status’ (statisi?) and my most used word was: Monday. Sadly, most of those statisi were whining about Monday.

I’m not sure why Monday is able to kick my tush. I work from home (author) and the nest is empty (#GrandmaProject goes #LongDistance). I could, if I wanted to, hide my head under my pillow and let Monday wreak its will on the helpless world without me.

The only conclusion I can draw is that it is Monday’s fault. I think it secretly wanted to be a pirate, not a day of the week. Or possibly it wanted to be a bad guy, not merely a bad day. So it takes out its disappointed aspirations on those of us who must pass through it week after week after week.

I don’t have actual proof that Monday is a malignant entity bent on making us suffer until the end of time. One can know many things that one can’t prove. But these memes couldn’t be wrong, cuz they’re memes.

Monday Memes on Pinterest   Monday Memes on Facebook

I found some more links, but if I posted them, my mom will wash my mouth out with soap when I’m home this summer.

So, Monday. Hate it or hate it? Okay, I will allow for the possibility that there are those who don’t hate it. You can speak without fear here…unless you fear retribution from Monday. So you might want to lie.

Whether you opt for truth or consequences, at least your comment will get you entered into my monthly drawing for an AnaBanana gift basket ($25 value). It can’t fix Monday, but it can soothe your dry skin. I announce a winner the first blog post of the new month. 🙂

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Perilously yours,

Pauline

If you enjoyed this blog post and would like to tweet about it, here’s a suggested tweet to make it easier. Cuz it’s Monday.

Bwahahaha…did Monday secretly want to be a pirate? It’s mean enough. #MondayMean #readinghelps #perilousp http://wp.me/p2wY7X-Hs

And speaking of tush kicking….

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cover for Kicking Ashe

Project Enterprise Book 5

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