"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrowmindedness." – Mark Twain
All in all .... Mondays suck! I am with you, sister!!
Dusty must be out of the present a lot, he always has sticker leaves in his hair. Mondays are usually bad hair days.
Tuesday afternoons aren't much better! HAHA
Hey, hang in there. It can only get better. Just brush the stickers out and keep going.Have a SUPER Tuesday.
Oh my. I want to jump up and down and run around the house and come back. Did you take that photo? Can you send me a big size? I find no words.
looks liek a peaceful place to lay down and look up through the canopy of leaves
Such a beautiful picture!!! I want be there!
I've always contended Tuesdays are the best thing about Mondays. Have a good one.
Terry, those oaks remind me of our dear oaks growing up on Crater Oak Dr, except that it was usually all brown and dusty dry beneath ours, and yes, very prickly, usually in my feet!!! What a lovely photo! Surely your Tuesday is off to a better start than your Monday? :D
I skipped Monday and Tuesday and went straight for Wednesday, only to realize there was free cake at work on Tuesday :)
I love these fall photos! Fall is definitely my favorite season....Although, that rabbit picture is probably going to give me nightmares. LOL
Crazy me - not many exceptions to that rule.Tom and Icy - I actually think doggies look lovely with stickers in their hair. Unless they are cockle burrs, which make for the worst hair day ever.Annonymous - Wednesdays are definitlely better. yay - made it over the hump. ~whew~Photowannabe - Thanks hon for the encouragement. Monday was so bad I blotted it out. I'm so very much better today :)Ariel - I sent you an email - No, I'm between cameras at the moment and it is driving me nuts. I got that picture from a photo-sharing site on Stumble-Upon. The oaks, the brown dry grass and yes, even stickers are just a skip and a jump from my house. But of course you must be careful of the poison oak when you lie down in the stickers.Lime - a blanket, my hunky hippie, bottle of wine and some smelly cheese & italian batard under those oaks... pure bliss.SOe - I want to be there too! Right now. Lovely days of Indian Summer.G - you nailed that one. A quote worthy of framing, right here in my office.Kelly, Oak trees and I have a grand love affair stemming from childhood years of climbing them, getting stuck in them, laying beneath them by the creek, riding Misty under and through them... roasting hotdogs over an oakwood fire - lots of memories. They are like old friends.Minka - you get free cake? Guess you had to double back to Tuesday :) I'm happy to be here at Wednesday, stretching my neck out toward the always-ever favorite - FRIDAY.Sherri - ha ha ha - me too! I hated looking at it after I put it up there... I'm happy it is moving down out of sight. Any baby yet?
Yeah... this Monday was an emotional one for a certain bohemian though, healing, in the end... but all in all, I'm with Garfield when it comes to Mondays1 ;-P
Mondays are always bad!
That is such a peaceful looking photo. Is that morning light coming thruough? Beautiful! I usually try to make Monday an office day, maybe supply ordering or picking up, if I can, so I dodge the bullet a lot. When I'm really busy though, I work everyday but Sunday.
Mz B - glad to hear about the healing aspect. ahhhh - breath in, and breath out. Better? Garfield knew of what he spoke, for sure!Northern Musings... Mondays are bad in Iceland? Well I never! I thought everyday was fabulous without fail in that beautiful land. Even Mondays....Doug - I'm so glad you astutely noticed that the day has changed. Red Mojo - The past Monday (yes, it is not Monday any more... LOL)was exceptionally bad at work - it wasn't just the normal bad Monday at all. I'm so thankful that days really do change, and that some are completely and thoroughly different than others.
I love the words and the photograph is awesome.tc
Mondays are SO overrated. fortunately, we only have to deal with 'em ONCE a week. speaking of weeks, hope the rest of yours was as wonderful as this picture and haiku -- and, of course, YOU!: ) xox
And here it is, nearly Monday again.I hope this one is better for you.:-)
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