Monday, April 27, 2009

Gloomy Monday

Tis very gloomy today. What an odd sounding word, at least it is to me as I repeat it to myself. Glue me. There was a tiny bit of rain, more later they say. I could have worked in my yard this morning but I was very gloomy as well. Not sad gloomy, just tired gloomy. So I chose to do much of nothing. And I am going to continue doing much of nothing until I pick Kate up from school. Maybe I should have titled this "Lazy Monday"! I took a photo of my neighbors tulip tree that has started to bloom. It's very beautiful I think. My husband thinks that someday it will fall on our house! How negative is that! Besides, that's what insurance is for.

It's an excellent day for a nap. Maybe I should have titled this "Nappy Monday". No that doesn't make any sense. I washed my hair today.

Maybe Tuesday will be terrific. I just hope it's not terrible or terrifying. The latter would be awful. Only time will tell.

Wednesday may be wonderful. I hope it's not worse. Whatever it will be, I hope I won't be filled with woe.

Thursday, Mmmmm, o.k. yeah.

Friday, finally I'll get to be with my Jacob for a few days!

Saturday, so much to do in the yard. Shopping perhaps?

Sunday, sitting outside for service at church. No rain please. Sunny Sunday only.


Eileen said...

This was so cute!

My friend and I used to call gloomy days like that 'afghan days' because all we wanted to do was curl up under an afghan with a good book and a cup of coffee!
I haven't had too many 'afghan days' lately though with my grandson underfoot! But it's a joyful exchange!

Your family is beautiful!
Enjoy as much of your gloomy Monday as you can.

Linda Higgins said...

OH MY...I had one of those days last week. It ended up being pretty funny! The next day anyway! I love rain, it always smells so fresh and cleans everything, but I get tired of it too. Good thing it only rains here occasionally. Just think, tomorrow will be a terrific Tuesday!

Diana said...

I love that, Afghan days!

Ginny said...

Eileen: Afghan Days is a cute name for it. But when you first said it, I thought you were going to say that it was an afghan day b/c all you wanted to do was stay inside and crochet.

Blessings each day said...

I came flying over here (always wanted to be a super hero when I was little, weeeellll, maybe I still do) to save the day, but it's almost over now.
Now, you could have gone out in the rain and danced like I did when I was 5 or 6 yrs old and made the neighbor lady think she was hallucinating!!
Actually you made the day a blessing anyway by your pictures and your insights, so Bravo, my friend!!

heaps of blessings on you,