Dear Paws to Talk,
What can I say? I love Mondays! It usually is my favorite day of the week. A lot of glorious things happen on this day such as the refilling of the kibble bin, my favorite playgroup and I get to take back my house while the humans are at work.
When others see my excitement for Mondays, they think I am odd. What is wrong with loving Mondays?
-Madison the Wheaten Terrier
The word Monday usually invokes a *sigh* from most. We are can be a little sluggish on Mondays but we think this is solely because our mommy makes sumptuous Sunday dinners that sends us into food comas. This is a price we are willing to pay.
Monday does not have to be a dreaded event. In actuality, Monday could be no different from Saturday. Both have 24 hours, sunrises and sunsets. Also, it is possible that one could score more treats on a Monday than on a Saturday or Sunday.
You are not strange for loving a day that most dislike. How could you not love a day full of kibble, play and freedom in your house?
We think you are a positive example. If more beings included fun activities in their Mondays they would be a lot happier. Maybe the phrase “A case of the Mondays” would disappear?
Savor your Mondays. The next time someone thinks you are strange, tell them you are working on a new study about the work week (wear some glasses for added effect).
Bella and DiDi
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