Yes, you are right. That is my usual Friday title, but I want to highlight something about my approach to Shabbos, and this is the best way.
I try to do a little something in preparation and/or contemplation of Shabbos every day of the week, whether it be inviting guests, planning and shopping for meals, or actual cooking. Today I did all those things (it's a pity you can't smell that soup!), and each thing I did reminded me of the beauty and serenity of Shabbos and gave me a little something to look forward to in the days ahead. Making Shabbos a part of every day of the week, allows for just a little bit of that holiness to be infused into a "chol" day.
The family gets excited too.
"Who is coming?"
"What special dish will be served?"
Long ago we started setting the Friday night table on Thursday. This fosters the illusion that Shabbos is ready (whether or not that is truly the case) and keeps all those tense 'racing around' feelings at bay.
So while it may be six long days away - SHABBOS IS INDEED COMING!!! :)