"Monday Monday, so good to me,
Monday Monday, it was all I hoped it would be
Oh Monday morning, Monday morning couldn't guarantee
That Monday evening you would still be here with me."
The Mamas & The Papas
Remember that song? Yeah, but do you recall the next verse?
"Monday Monday, can't trust that day,
Monday Monday, sometimes it just turns out that way
Oh Monday morning, you gave me no warning of what was to be
Oh Monday Monday, how yould cou leave and not take me."
Not exactly correct now - but Monday's are sort of changeable. Sometimes the day starts out just perfect & gets weirder or just plain goes wrong somewhere in the middle - or - they start off bad/rushed/lousy and get better halfway through. Then there's time the day is just "there".
I usually find that I try to cram too much into a Monday. Beginning of the week & try to get things done that hadn't been done all weekend. Today I already have my list (sometimes I make one, most times not!). Need to get some printer ink as well as food for breakfast. Think there are 2 or 3 "mini" boxes of cereal left & some frozen pancakes. That about sums it up. At least I did remember to buy milk yesterday!
Plus it's newsletter week at work so today will be spent getting that all composed & ready for copying tomorrow as well as the normal Monday stuff I need to do there.
This week "Lost" returns (finally!). I'm glad now that the producers or whoever it is waited. With the writer's strike going into its
third decade eighth week (?), we're running low on new shows. At least this time they won't be competing with American Idol (except for this week when they air the recap of "Lost" on Wednesday. In a couple weeks "Jericho" returns (YAY!). Unfortunately I think putting it on Tuesdays is really going to kill it (as they tried to do by yanking it off the air after the first season). Idol is going to wipe the floor with "Jericho". Just saying.
No, my life is not all about what's on television. I do however, enjoy a little entertainment that takes me out of the joys/stresses/work of everyday life. And I enjoy it more when its not just endless reruns or dumbing down reality shows.
Tune in tomorrow for more!