12 thoughts on “Wednesday – Hump Day?”

  1. Hey, so glad to hear from ya. It’s been awhile.. yeah twitter is awesome… I call it micro-blogging. I will be following you now. Thanks for the follow from you.. Keep having fun..

    Later, Callie

  2. WELL! Things are just getting too weird around here…lol. I just arrived home from my stint at Beebe Hospital, grabbed a cup of coffee and sat down to check emails etc. That done, figured I’d look see if there was a new post on Blogdumps and I was clicking realised it was Wednesday…not always a post day so I laughed to myself, muttering “Wednesday…Hump Day”. Lo and behold! I could say I couldn’t believe it whenm very soon after, I saw the heading to your post, Wolf…problem is, this sort of thing is not unusual in my family or even with my friends, many of whom say it’s “just too spooky”. It just tickles me no end!

  3. Hi Nancy,

    I just had it on my mind this morning
    while checking the sites, thinking Hump day!? Hmmmmmm, I wonder why they call it that 😀

    I bet Pete knows why!

    I am off to the Sharptown Carnival – Whoo Hoo!

  4. Hi Poop!
    It’s ok, we all get busy 🙂

    Hey, I could make a Snow background what a great idea! Hmmmm, Let me see – I’ll work on that!!!

    Have a good week

  5. Wolf: it’s kind of you to appear unexpectedly across the Pond like a ‘summer breeze’. Us Brits cocked up yet another potential summer of love. I kind of wonder what the puppeteers are thinking right now. It’s high time that property returned to the domain of the people. I am sick and tired of rich and greedy people when so many are in need. Not wanting to step away by leaving negatives for your good people, the world is and will continue to be a fantastic and fascinating place!


  6. I’d never heard of hump day until I was amidst the military community but my theory was..is..it’s the millions of sighs of us all getting over the hump (middle?) of the week. Monday we’re at the bottom of the hill, moving upwards..from Wednesday it’s an easy downward slide to “home”…Friday (pay day, end of the work-week, fun and relaxation). But how it came into popular usage? You’re right, Wolf…Pete? Where’s Pete?

  7. That makes it sound much better Nancy!
    I will think of it that way from now on- Sliding into “home” with a paycheck!!!
    I like it… 🙂

  8. Nancy is right that is what hump day means, it has been around for a while and I can not remember how it started.

    Love and Blessings,

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