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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Whimsical Wednesday #280

Welcome back to Whimsical Wednesday!

The day for your googled giggle that gets you over the hump that is Wednesday and sliding down into the weekend.

How many of us feel like this when we first crawl out of bed?
 

30 comments:

  1. love the cartoon. However, I'm one of those up early, ready to work, kinda gals.

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    1. The Happy Whisk; I used to be like that and remember how good that felt. Now I crawl out whenever my eyes stay open long enough to find my way to the bathroom.

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  2. I am as bright eyed and bushy tailed as I get (not very) when I get up.

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    1. Elephant's Child; I tend to get brighter as the day goes on and have a serious slump right before dinnertime.

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  3. Pardon me, I have to go back to bed!!

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    1. fishducky; off you go then, here's your teddy bear.

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  4. I usually wake up ready to go, I love mornings, Cindy however is more like the cartoon ha ha.

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    1. Jimmy; I used to bounce out of bed happy and ready to work at a job I loved. Now I'm retired and more tired than I thought I would be most of the time.

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  5. Reminds of how my father used to whistle when he got up, with everyone telling him to shut up.

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    1. Andrew; my first husband was one of those, even a hint of daylight would have him up and whistling around the kitchen.

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  6. I am not properly awake until that first cup of tea ... I know many may prefer coffee, but I'm a tea girl! LOL!

    All the best Jan

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    1. Lowcarb team member; coffee or tea doesn't do it for me, I wake up more when eating my porridge.

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  7. That cartoon pretty much says it for me. I'm not the friendliest soul first thing in the morning.

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    1. only slightly confused; I'm friendly enough, just don't talk to me yet, wait a few hours.

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  8. I did this morning after yesterday's heartbreaking news about what occurred in Manchester. Smiles are very few and far between at the moment.

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    1. Lee; that was very sad, I saw it on the news. Far too much of that has happened this year and it's only May!

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    2. I followed the coverage throughout the day from when it first broke around 8.30 am yesterday morning. Horrendous. A cowardly, despicable murderer who cared nothing for others. What kind of religion is that to follow?

      It sickens and angers me.

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  9. When I fall out of bed in the morning, or evening, or afternoon, I suddenly realise I'm not just having a bad-hair day, I'm having a bad-hair life :)

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    1. klahanie; a bad-hair life? That's not good. It's a shame we can't buy happiness in a can, they seem to have managed to can everything else.

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  10. Yes I feel like that... :)

    Please visit: http://from-a-girls-mind.blogspot.com

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  11. .. fabulous cartoon ....
    I 'potter' through my housework .... ( do a bit in this room , spend 10 minutes on the computer....do the bed in the next room... then back to the computer ).....that way I feel like I'm not doing a lot and I don't feel overworked... love being retired .... xxxxx

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    1. Barbara; I used to do a bit here and there with computer time in between, but soon found it was all computer, no housework, so now I get the major things done first, bed made, breakfast dishes washed, a load of washing done if necessary, then the computer gets turned on. Sometimes I'll vacuum first, more often not.

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  12. I am a morning person and look forward to each new day with a smile. My siblings and children hate me for it. LOL

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    1. Granny Annie; I used to be when I was working in a factory, I loved that job. then I got a job which required getting up at 4am in order to be at work by 6am and things went downhill fast. my first husband was a cheery morning person, probably still is.

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  13. I told the littlest kids if they sprinkled salt on a squirrel or bird's tail, it wouldn't be able to hop or fly away. Somehow they haven't been able to do that yet.

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    1. Happy Elf Mom; I've heard that salt tale too, never did find out if it works. I'm inclined to think any bird slow enough to get salted would be easy to catch without the salt too.

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  14. There a little fast for me...Coffee is on

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    1. peppylady (Dora); mornings are too fast for me too, it's like I rub my eyes, blink twice and suddenly it's lunchtime.

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  15. Had a laugh :) I'm a day behind River nealy two!

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