No “Mondays” for me!

I went in to work this morning feeling a little ‘meh’.  I wasn’t 100% healthy: physically I felt tired, lethargic, and congested.  Because my body was fatigued, my mind was also a little “spacey”: mentally I felt a little ‘out of it’.  I walked into the office feeling slightly worn down in both body and spirit; I had a case of the Mondays.

However, when I got to my desk, I saw a Post-It note stuck to my monitor:

(The note reads, “Was in the neighborhood – just stopped by to say Hi! Sorry I missed you, C.”)

As I read the note, I heard my friend C’s voice in my inner ear, and saw her fantastic smile in my mind (some days it pays to have a very active imagination) – and immediately I smiled.  C turned my day around literally within my first five minutes at work; I’m so grateful to her, and to all of my friends who do small-yet-lovely things for me.

Thanks friends (both near and far); I value you!

Stef

P.S. Of course no “Mondays” reference would be complete without this corresponding clip, too.  🙂

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About Stef

A "serious" gal who is trying to remember to lighten up and smile.
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6 Responses to No “Mondays” for me!

  1. Christine says:

    I heard somewhere that Mondays should be referred to as ‘pre-Tuesdays!’ The next best thing? A surprise note from a friend!

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  2. barb19 says:

    Just goes to prove that it’s the “little things” that matter! That one little note changed your whole day, thanks to your thoughtful friend.

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