"What is a tenday?," you ask.
Well, for starters, I should clarify that the term is my own device. I never intended to create the word; I just started using it.
Now, imagine a scale that ranges from 1 to 10. At the far left of the scale is the 1, which represents "not-so-hot." At the far right of the scale is the 10, which represents "flippin' fantastic." Given that scale, a "tenday" is used to describe a day that is a 10.
|"Today is a tenday."|
Coming across the words of Mary Oliver, chalked on the front steps of a home.
For the record, I experience sevendays. And fivedays. And occasionally, though rare, onedays as well. After all, it's very much part of the human experience to have ups and downs in life.