Monday!! Kiss me. So I can think of you more kindly than with my unwarranted Monday wrath.
Tuesday, I'm coming to get you! You can't hide from me! Happy Tuesday.
Oh dear sweet Wednesday, enlighten me! I'm so confused!
Thursday, you get half a packet of coco mix in your morning coffee, because you deserve a touch of sweet. Happy Thursday!
Friday, you get so much adoration just for being Friday. Lucky you. Happy Friday!
Monday, I'm going to love myself today, so be jealous. Cheers!!
Tuesday, I was supposed to save some last Friday's adoration for u. I have to admit I forgot, and owe you extra hugs.
Wednesday, I am calling you salacious, because you do the equidistant from the weekend so zenfully its evil.
Thursday, You're Beautiful. Stay Happy.
A Mighty Swell Yippe Dee Doo Dah Friday!!
HAPPIEST MONDAY. Cuz that's the only way to embrace Monday.
As the cold creeps in, and I get moodier, I realized these tiny morning messages mean a lot. Tuesday, you just got luckier.
Wednesday! How dare you show up so quickly!? I forgive you because you're warmer today.
Oh Thursday, if you're trying to be better than Friday, i think you're trying too hard.
Friday? is that really you? I almost didn't recognize you!
These above statements are not in sequential order, but they give a gist of what I am doing in my daily routine. I have started to take into consideration what it means to do something daily. However text messaging may be a cop-out to a real phone call, or even a dedicated long email to a friend, I find these small messages giving me the opportunity to keep a window of communication with people that I will like to stay in touch with and not fall into the fear of thinking to myself "are we still friends?","do they remember me?", "would it be awkward to call out of the blue?".
I have a history of falling into traps of irrational worry, that I find this exercise keeps me better focused on the day, than the weeks past or the far future and most importantly allows me to start a conversation with a friend. To be able to tackle the fear of not wanting to be stuck alone, and to realize that many can feel stuck in a place of their own, just to share these quick sentiments and greetings just brighten up the day.
Stay Warm and Fuzzy!!