Monday, July 13, 2020


Weeks always start strong and fast. However, by the end of the day on a Monday, all that fast is gone. Especially around 30 minutes before time to go. Rarely do you ever glance at the clock and say, "Look at that, the day is over."

Evidently, there is some sort of exponential time distortion taking place. Any time after noon takes twice as long to pass. Reverse time may be taking place, as well. Even the last few minutes seem to take hours.

Yesterday went by in a flash. Only weekends get to have that fast time. Unless you count that little early bit on a Monday, weekends must be giving up some time to the weekday afternoons.