Monday, June 29, 2009

When Monday sun unhides...

we might just see these views...





The name Monday comes from the Anglo-Saxon monandaeg, "the moon's day", which was sacred to the goddess of the moon.
In French, lundi; Italian, lunedi; Spanish: lunes. [from Luna, "Moon"]; German: Montag; Dutch: maandag. [both: 'moon-day']

And these days, Monday is clothed with the divine attribute of Perfection (Kamal in Arabic).

May your Monday be all about perfection...Ciao!


  1. ...and Monday's make me want to...


    @ the moon...oh~my...!

  2. Merci beacoup for these cuddly cat photos and for the info on Monday. I hadn't realized the "lundi" "lune" connection. So happy to learn this!

    And, to think, "sacred Monday": it's a new twist on the dredful (sp?) alternative!

    I leave you with a French expression that I just learned from my brother-in-law:

    "comme un lundi" (it means that things are going a "touch-n-go" as things do on a Monday (I think that's what it means...)

  3. Dear Nancy,
    Your every cup of tea is going to be perfect and will take you to the Moon! Wooohooo... : )

    Chere Kristin, Merci pour l'expression "comme un lundi"; now we have to retrain our psyche to think "perfection" when we hear 'comme un lundi'.


  4. Love that sky and the curiosity of the cats. Hope that the moon day and tonight's moon is good to you.xo