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Lazy Sunday

Lazy Sunday

March 3, 2019 7:50 pmComments are Disabled

They say on the seventh day God rested. After making an entire world, one day seems like an appropriate respite. I wonder what He would have done in 2019. Probably would have stretched out on the couch binge watching Game of Thrones before the Season 8 premiere.

I, for one, have always loved a good lazy Sunday with an omelette, a couple hours of TV and a persistent voice in the back of my head telling me to go to the gym (it almost always fails to get the point across). I used to resist the idea of not working for the day; and, let’s face it, even if there isn’t work on a weekend, that doesn’t mean there isn’t work to do. There are always errands to run, family members to call, groceries to buy, blog posts to write, and bad parody songs to bang out on the keyboard.

But I’ve found that if I can suppress my Puritan self hatred, lazy Sundays can be quite enjoyable and recharging. Which is why I’ve made an effort to leave my weekends plans-free until they actually arrive. I’ve found that something often comes up, and it’s wonderful to do something unexpected when it does. But I have an empty day to do nothing, sometimes that’s the most productive thing I could do.

How do you spend your lazy Sundays?

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