Today is officially "Thank God it's Monday Day". Honest. It's a real day. And rather appropriate given that today is the first Monday of the new year.
It coincides with all those resolutions people make around this time of year. Stuff like losing weight. Exercising more. Playing fewer computer games. And my all time favorite...writing more.
Today is the day I planned to devote every waking moment to writing the second installment of the Piedmont Island Trilogy, "Defending Hope". The good news is I did open the Word document to re-read some of what I've already written. The bad news is I didn't accomplish much more than that.
Am I upset or worried? Nah. Studies have proven people are slow to start on Mondays. Tuesdays are a little better. By Wednesday almost everyone is in high gear. Come Thursday, our thoughts turn to the weekend, and by Friday, well, let's just say everyone could do a whole lot better on Friday.
Just the same I think I'll get back to writing "Defending Hope". The day is far from over. Besides, it's THANK GOD IT'S MONDAY DAY. That has to count for something, right?