Since Hubs retired, I have a really difficult time figuring out what day it is without consulting my computer, or a calendar, or the clocks with the time AND day of the week. Add in the holidays and I'm totally lost.
For instance, I spent a good portion of yesterday convinces it was Sunday. No mail, doncha know (and no-mail is my Sunday indicator) and football on all day? Total wreckage of my internal clock.
During college football season, I always know when Saturday is - but regular season is over.
During the time when new Lt. Joe Kenda shows are on, I always know what day is Tuesday. But the season is over. (I used to know what days Tuesdays were because Hubs had regular night meetings on Tuesday, but that's gone.)
I'm pretty good at Mondays. Enough people post memes complaining
about the day that it's not hard to figure out. Plus, Monday is my
regularly scheduled 'call Mom' day. Even then, though, I sometimes
Used to be - when I was buying new books all the time - I had Tuesday down pat. Except I'm not and even when I have a new book I want to buy, it's an ebook or indie and those come out whenever. Which brings me around to a question for y'all. Do you really care what day of the week a book is released? I was thinking of releasing my book on March 15th, because it's all Ides of March and junk. Then I realized 3/15 is a Sunday. No one releases books on a Sunday, right? Or does it even matter anymore?
Like I said, without some indication of what day is what, I'm lost.
I remembered at the last minute that today is Friday and got a post up
so y'all would have something to read this morning - even if it's only
me rambling about my temporal displacement.
Do you do a good job of keeping track of the days of the week or are you as lost as I am?
*To underline the problem, I wrote this last night and almost scheduled it for Monday morning. :facepalm: