in the fade


  1. fish and chips
Sometimes on your day off, which is Monday, your boyfriend announces he is going to work from home that day and you’re all “Oh, man there goes my Monday routine and all my writing time and everything I was going to do” but then you go out to lunch and it turns into a really long lunch, the kind where you linger over already finished plates of food and order another beer or maybe a cup of coffee just to stay a bit longer and by the time you leave it’s getting near dusk and you realize it was the first Monday in months where you didn’t spend your day writing for hours and hours in between frenzied house cleaning and other assorted domestic chores and you think man, this was kind of blissful. And you won’t do it every Monday because you need those Mondays to do the things you need to do, but you realize it wouldn’t hurt to let it go once in a while and just enjoy the day off with good, if unexpected, company. 

    fish and chips

    Sometimes on your day off, which is Monday, your boyfriend announces he is going to work from home that day and you’re all “Oh, man there goes my Monday routine and all my writing time and everything I was going to do” but then you go out to lunch and it turns into a really long lunch, the kind where you linger over already finished plates of food and order another beer or maybe a cup of coffee just to stay a bit longer and by the time you leave it’s getting near dusk and you realize it was the first Monday in months where you didn’t spend your day writing for hours and hours in between frenzied house cleaning and other assorted domestic chores and you think man, this was kind of blissful. And you won’t do it every Monday because you need those Mondays to do the things you need to do, but you realize it wouldn’t hurt to let it go once in a while and just enjoy the day off with good, if unexpected, company.