Friday

30 Day Writing Challenge: Like There is No Tomorrow

Green Peas, Bleh!
Like there is no tomorrow. What? You mean like Saturday? That would mean the end of civilization as we know it. Tomorrow is Saturday. That's half the weekend. If there was no tomorrow the whole weekend would be Sunday.

Six day week? Does the work week get shortened? If no tomorrow, how about no February? I could do without the snow and cold. What about no flu and diarrhea. Not that I get them that often. I just don't want them. I also don't want canned peas. Canned peas make me nauseous.

Mike and Nicky over at We Work for Peas have forced invited us to participate in this 30 Day Creative Writing Challenge . Today is Day 22, the theme is Like There is No Tomorrow.

12 comments:

  1. If there were no tomorrow, it wouldn't just be 'no Saturday' with Sunday moving up a day. Then Sunday would be the new tomorrow, except there is no tomorrow. So no Monday either, or Tuesday...
    The only day left would be Groundhog Day -it simply repeats, thus 'no tomorrow'. Of course if you don't like hanging out with Bill Murray and Andie Macdowell then you're really screwed.

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    1. I'd hang around with Andie Macdowell...

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  2. I don't think you'd have to worry about the peas if there were no tomorrows.

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  3. If there were no Saturday, how would you get from Friday to Sunday? You'd have to leap over a void and you'd probably never land!

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  4. Does that mean instead of Leap Year, we'd have Leap Week -- each week?

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  5. My mother HATES canned peas too!

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  6. IT might be better if there were no Mondays..

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    1. From what I have discovered, from all the holiday Mondays we get, if you remove a Monday, Tuesday sucks.

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