May 24, 2010

A to Z days...

Mmmm...It's May, it's a Monday, it's a Monsoon-y day, a Memory haunts me, my Maid bugs me. It's a Monday that's a little Mad, a little Moody...and am hoping for some Magic. It's definitely an "M" Day. Have you ever attributed alphabets to days? It happens to me all the time. I have had my L-days, P-days, W-days, R-days, S-days. Can't remember others.

Often I wake up feeling L for Lazy and then I find my entire day revolving around the L-word. I have a Late start, then Lose something, suddenly get Lucky with things but soon dip into Lazy mode and then end up having a hearty Laugh. There are days when I wake up Sleepy, feel Sick, but a Sweet Someone drops by and am Suddenly Smiling and Singing. W-days are great fun coz they start on a Worried note but move on to make Wishes come true, while I enjoy some Wacky moments with my Weird Wild friends over Wine and Whatever!
The P-days swing between Past and Present, and have me swaying between the Painful, the Precious and the Passionate Periods of my life, the People I came across, the Poetry of life plays out in many forms.

May sound strange and stupid to some (that calls for an S-day!) but it does happen to me.

4 comments:

Anne Kurian said...

Hahaha! I like that. Attributing a letter of the alphabet to a day. That is something I have never done, but have to soooo agree with you on the Monday bit. I've not been having a good Monday, it's not even a Mundane Monday! And yes, I am also hoping for a bit of magic today :-)
Here's to us and our hope!

Sree said...

@Anne: It's fun, attributing alphabets to days. Try it sometime. My moment of magic is here, I think. A solitary evening, dim-lights, watching a rainbow of lights outside amidst the chaotic traffic, yummy cake, nice coffee, and lost in thought. I am liking this one.

Journomuse said...

Hehe, I think you are gearing to relearn A for what and B for what with your little son..Fun...:)

Sree said...

@Journo: I'd be glad if he at least understood N for No and S for Sleep. He thinks No is a sort of cheering while he attempts to do what is 'banned'. Sleep, he thinks, is an absolute waste of time, something meant only for the weak-eyed whose lids just shut together in a jiffy. Our man starts with eyes wide open, then as the intensity of sleep catches up, it droops and droops and he kinda magically holds it just an inch from shutting together and goes about his mischief with his nearly-shut eyes. This he pulls off for nearly an hour. Whew!