Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Hump of the Week

It's the Hump of the Week in the blog, and I had a Blue Monday yesterday (which was actually Tuesday) and haven't had the time or inclination to post here lately--busy, moody--so this is indeed a week to get past the hump of.

I'm getting over the hump with the help of edgy love poems by J. Bradley, the new featured poet at Escape Into Life today. Yes, it's February, the month of love, or lurv, as we sometimes like to call it in my house, and I'll be celebrating all month. The Valentine's tree is still up. (Hey, lots of people still have their trees up and Christmas lights still trimming their houses. What's up with that? Have I started a local trend?)

The fabulous, quirky art there (at EIL) and here (hump day in the blog) is by Joe Sinness.

These guys look a lot like how I feel. (If I were a man with five-o'clock shadow.)


Maureen said...

J. Bradley's the perfect antidote to all that lovey-dovey stuff. Enjoyed his poems a lot. Thanks for the introduction to him.

Carol said...

Yes, I'd never heard of him before, but want to read lots more! And the art--swoon!

Sandy Longhorn said...

Hope your day is getting better and better!

Kathleen said...

Thanks, all! Glad you are enjoying the poetry and art.

Yes, feeling better. The sunshine and warmer temps are helping, requested books in at the library, etc., as in beer on sale.

seana graham said...

Yes, it may be a biorhythm kind of thing, but it may also be just that kind of deepening period before you launch something new. I hope so.

Kathleen said...

What a great way to look at it, Seana, and I think it indeed applies here, as I am starting on something new!!