Monday, September 5, 2011

Monday goodies: Sunsets

You know something weird? Mondays are my favorite days. Really.

I think it might have something to do with my ongoing ineptitude at getting things -- anything, really -- done on time. I have imagination and wonder and creativity to spare, but sometimes it works against me, sort of paralyzing me from staying on any one course for longer than half a day. By the time Friday comes, I'm always it's here already, and me with so little done. And even on good weeks, Friday means the END of the week. No more stuff to accomplish.

But Monday? It marks new week, full of new possibilities. If I can catch the wave of productivity just right, it might turn out to be a week full of realizing a few of them. I love Mondays.

Also, I have a huge overflow of pretty photos of certain things. The problem is, I've already done posts about sunsets, vultures, spiders, and the half-dozen other categories the pictures seem to fall into. So, no lengthy babbling this time (I know; shocking!) but I figured my overflow (and bizarre affinity for Monday) can brighten your Mondays now. Or at the very least, if you're all schlumpy and Monday-y, you can come ogle some pretty pictures instead of working.

They'll have themes. Today: sunsets. And one puffy evening cloud. (Today, apparently, was International Vulture Day, but I had sunsets in the overflow folder last week. I promise vultures next week.)


Christina Wilsdon said... Best Blogger Tips

Gorgeous! Especially uplifting as today was the first day we all had to be up before 6 a.m....only to realize, wow, seasons really are changing, it's now dark at that hour...Our local zoo had it that Int'l Vulture Awareness Day was on Saturday (perhaps just wiser for them to celebrate it on a Saturday instead of Labor Day Monday when they'd have to compete with mattress sales). We all celebrated by eating our dinner off the pavement by the side of the road.

Kim Hosey said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks, Christina.

6 a.m.; that's a little too early for me, most days. Although, at least when it starts getting light out later, the cats won't want me to rise at 5.