Sunday afternoon thoughts

26 Apr

Sunday afternoons are thoughtful times. If you’ve been to church, great. If you haven’t fantastic. If you’ve had brunch, fabulous. If you’re still asleep, way to go.

Doesn’t matter what Sunday means to you. What does matter is that it’s Sunday, and a good sunday afternoon means being in the moment.

We used to spend Sundays reading the newspaper. Sunday barbeques with friends and family were always a big hit in the spring and summer. A visit to the zoo was always a fun past time. Laying around reading a book or some comics. Watching a Sunday matinee was always a nice treat. And so was going on an afternoon walk and Sunday afternoon family time, riding bikes, doing whatever.

Are those Sunday’s long gone? They don’t have to be.

What did you used to do on a Sunday afternoon?

Remember when.
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4 Responses to “Sunday afternoon thoughts”

  1. blessyourheartmom April 26, 2009 at 8:11 pm #

    My Sundays used to be with family and friends after church. I still try to do that as often as possible (like today!) but as I get older I see that it is a day for napping….a for sure sign I am getting older.

    Ugg.

  2. Frieda Babbley April 26, 2009 at 8:51 pm #

    It is truly the perfect day for napping blessyourheartmom! I agree. The older I get, the more I agree with that thought. Especially if there’s a nice sunny spot on your bed or a comfy couch or chair. Glad to see you still keep those Sunday traditions going. Enjoy your today!

  3. Nana April 26, 2009 at 10:44 pm #

    We used to have Sunday afternoon game time and an early dinner. Nice to think of the slower times.

  4. William Zuback April 27, 2009 at 1:25 am #

    Sunday afternoon/early evenings used to be a bigger than normal special dinner or BBQ in summer. One meal a week that we could all gather around and have great conversation.

    Not so much anymore. My two boys are out of town and my daughter has one year left before she’ll be gone and she normally is working on Sunday afternoon/evening.

    Once we are 100% empty-nester’s we will have to come up with something new or something old (pre-children days).

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