Monday, July 18, 2011

ADSL's questions, pt 4

"Whats your most favourite thing to do on a Sunday afternoon?"

Usually, just relaxing and letting everyone be or watching football when in season. Nothing gets me going more than football. What I mean about letting everyone be, it's my day to let it all go and forget about the world.

Relax. Breathe. Focus on myself. Be re-centered. Feel calmer. Problems can wait.

My family understand and they actually like having a day to themselves as well. If the girls want to play with me, I will play with them. If I hide out in my bedroom and they come in anyway, they're welcome to stay in bed with me as long as they don't complain about what I am watching. :)

However, I went to Sign N Dine yesterday at a Cracker Barrel restaurant. Just as relaxing because I got to chat with friends...and discuss what movies should be seen. I was very pleased to learn that I had converted someone to Coen Brothers' gangster masterpiece, "Miller's Crossing". Arguably, "Miller's Crossing" is the third greatest gangster flick after the first two Godfather movies.

Anyway, I digress. Sunday is the day I recharge and get ready to tackle the week anew. :)


A Daft Scots Lass said...

Enjoy the week then.

Mynx said...

Love a lazy Sunday. Mine usually starts after the house is tidy and then I have the afternoon to do what I want

DCHY said...

ADSL - no, I won't be enjoying the weekend. Tomorrow night, I face the board of directors and I have to explain to them what I discovered last week. :/

Mynx - no chores, nothing. ;)

Furry Bottoms said...

That's a good way to spend one day a week! Preferably two days a week, but you use what you can get!

Garden of Egan said...

Sounds like that was a great way to spend a Sunday.

I usually enjoy being in church and with family on Sundays, but every third weekend I get to live in crazyland (not at all like candyland) in the ER. Yesterday was NO exception.

Copyboy said...

So is your center of gravity off 'cause of the strike? haha
Miller's Crossing? That's one of the Coen flicks I haven't seen. I'll have to check it out.