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Some don’t feel that Wednesday exists…

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Monday, the atheist, didn’t feel that Wednesday ever existed, but Tuesday feels a closeness to Wednesday that Monday can’t understand.

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Looking for Wednesday.  Photo by Thomas Peace c. 2015

Looking for Wednesday. Photo by Thomas Peace c. 2015

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  1. I still don’t get why Wednesday gets such gritty wrap. We all work. We need to work. We work every day. The obvious being that working “9-5” for someone else is the culprit. I feel that humans would do better with this notion if more effort is put into finding enjoyable work. Impossible for some but a greater possibility than the current status.

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      • Oops, sorry…. LOL! I percieve “stuff” in pictures and the work a day office complaints scenary invaded my 3D color brain. I am not educated in this little realm of the weekday metaphors to God and Atheism. I guess my pictorial mind is in the dark.

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