Friday, 22 October 2010

Friday morning's still seem more exciting to me somehow even though I've retired now.  Maybe today it's the Autumn sunshine streaming through the blinds lighting up the minute diamonds of condensation or the shifting shadows and sunlight dancing lazily upon the glass.  I can't quite catch the real reason why Friday seems to hold promise for me still.  Is it so ingrained upon us that the week-end means no work for the next two days?
I am so lucky, I can listen to the clock alarm trill every morning if I want to, reach for my book and tea-cup or simply relish in my thoughts of daylight hours to be filled how e're I wish.


Lesya Khyzhnyak said...

I must admit that Friday is one of my favorite days of week, haha, undoubtedly.

By the way, thank you for all your kind words about my blog, I really feel your support.

Have a great weekend, Jane!

Half-heard in the Stillness said...

You too Lesya! Thanks for visiting.


ruthie said...

I do love that friday feeling too, even though i work at home now most of the week and am only out working two, it still feels lovely to wake up and think yes nearly the weekend. Maybe it is just ingrained, but its one of those lovely feelings, isn't it! x

June said...

I find it interesting how the different days affect me Jane. Mondays, I am always filled with hope. Hope for the new week, waht it holds, what I will accomplish, and whose life I may touch or who may come into mine.
I love how you write!

...Miss...Maddie's... said...

I'm sure you have earned every moment of your retirement...
I see orchids on the windowsill and have a passion for them too.
Susan x