A Nothing Thursday
By andria perry
October 12, 2017 12:10pm CST
There are a few days of the week that I like more than others, where most people hate Mondays and adore Fridays I am the weirdo of the crowd and I like Tuesday and Thursday. Let me explain, Saturday and Sunday are off days for those Monday through Friday workers so for most Monday is the beginning of the work week so they do not like getting back into the swing of things after being off for the weekend. Now Tuesday everyone is back comfortable and easy going. Wednesday, the hump day, People realize they have to hurry up and get things done only two more days till the weekend. Thursday. Well Monday was get back into that grove and Wednesday made hectic by " Hurry and get`er done," Now Thursday is relax a little more, whatever comes today put off till Monday. And now to the last work day before those two so called magic days, Its Friday! Do what you can but seriously relax and put more off till Monday. And that explains why I love Tuesday and Thursday. But I do not have a day off, I am always on call. What is your favorite days of the week? Whether retired, working for others or owning your own business. Photo is mine - Downtown Birmingham when I am there each Spring doing business for my business.
24 people like this
• Riga, Latvia
Working at home on the PC all my days are pretty much the same. I guess the days when good things happen or something good happens on the net are the best days. I can understand why you like Tuesdays and Thursdays. If I could find a part time job on just those two days then that would be great but I have never heard of anyone hiring someone for just two days. It is usually based on hours.
• United States
Mine changes from week to week. Any day I don't have an appointment or something hard to do is my favorite day! I am retired, but it seems like things eat up my time, and I am a homebody at heart so I hate to always have to be going and doing. Tomorrow I do nothing! I hope.
I can't think of any reason to choose one day as a favorite over another. I view each day as special and unique and full of delights. Sort of like the five fingers on one hand. They are all different but I never think of liking one finger better than another as I appreciate all five and don't want to give up any. So each of the seven days unique and special.
• Saco, Maine
When I was working, in most jobs anyway, Friday was my favorite day. But since I was a kid, Saturday has always been my favorite, and Sunday my least favorite. Old impressions die hard, and I still find myself feeling blah on Sundays. In the past, it's been my last "day off" before going back to school and/or work. And growing up poor, we'd sit and watch other kids taking off with their families on Sundays after church to do fun things, while we sat on the front steps. Now that I am retired, I like Mondays. The stores are less crowded, and there is less traffic after rush hour. I think it all depends, as you say, on your own personal schedule.