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Ennui the Eighth is in the building.

And so it goes.
Profile photo of Tom Steenburg Tom Steenburg
Retired attorney and investment management executive. I believe in life, liberty with accountability and the relentless pursuit of whimsy.


Characterizations: been there, funny, right on!, well written

Comments

  1. Laurie Levy says:

    The cliche of a picture being worth 1,000 words is so true here. Thanks for sharing this image, Tom.

  2. Betsy Pfau says:

    You are right, Tom. Not knowing what day of the week it is, is a real “thing”. Every day is much like another. Everything is blurring together. I’m grateful that I take certain exercise classes on certain days. That helps me keep track of time. Keep on writing…we know the stories go live on Saturdays!

  3. Marian says:

    Oh, wow, how true, Tom. This is much more creative than my reference to Groundhog Day in my story, but same exact sentiment. I try to vary my breakfast menu and my exercise routines, but it still is boring. Not being much of a cook, dinner is driving me mad. The time creeps by, but how can it almost be August?

  4. Love this!😂😁😷❤️

  5. Suzy says:

    Eternuary and Blursday. That’s about right. Did you make this up or borrow it from somewhere else?

    • Eternuary is mine. Blursday comes from the west coast. I thought it was the invention of MD, who first used it, but in contacting her for permission to use it (yeah, my older son Charlie is an IP attorney so I have to be careful) she advised that she heard it elsewhere. I guess it’s now in the public domain.

  6. Looks just like my date book!

  7. John Shutkin says:

    Perfect, Tom. I was going to mention “Blursday” myself — which, as you noted, one of our West Coast classmates shared with us — but I see you have already nicely incorporated it into your calendar. That said, how are we ever going to know again in what month it’s safe to eat oysters?

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