The Book of Genesis says –
On the First Day, God said ‘Let there be light!’. And light was divided from darkness and ‘day’ and ‘night’ were born.
On the Second Day, God divided the waters above from the waters below and created Heaven.
The Third Day, God created the Earth and seperated the waters into the Sea. The Earth was filled with grass, plants and fruit-bearing trees.
On the Fourth Day, God created the Sun, the Moon and the stars to adorn the sky.
On the Fifth Day, He created the birds and sea creatures and commanded them to be fruitful and multiply.
On the Sixth Day, wild beasts, livestock and reptiles were created. God then created Man and Woman in his image and likeness, and they are told to be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it.
The Seventh Day, having completed the heavens and the earth, God rested from his work and made the day holy.
The Eighth Day was a Monday. We do not know what God did to get rid of His blues. We do not know if God even got out of bed on Monday morning. Since everything is magnified a million times over when it comes to God, we think His blues were a million times more terrible. Probably explains why He did not create anything beyond Man and Woman.
Do the souls in Heaven or Hell have Monday blues? I would think the ones in Hell are blue all days of the week and the ones in Heaven are too wasted to notice what day of the week it is, so the only unfortunate ones are us, the ones on Earth.
I’m thinking of starting an online petition to officially rename Monday as No-fun-day (yes, with the hiffins, thank you very much). How many of you will sign it? Tell.
On second thoughts, if I’m anyway thinking of doing the impossible, why not a petition for abolishing Monday? Now, how many will sign this one? Tell.
How many don’t know how to sign?
P.S: WordPress knows. ‘monday_blues’, apparently, is one of my most-used tags. It pops right up at the end of the post. Little mercies, eh?