Day off

Well it was Sunday the last day of the month and it would all be downhill from then onward as far as the weather was concerned. It could only get colder, wetter and windier until Spring. When I arose it was an hour later than it had been of late for a couple of reasons, one, I was tired, and two, I had decided not to take a walk but to take a rest from it for a change. As it happened it was a dry morning and the wind was high but coming from the southwest was fairly warm and it would have been pleasant to walk in. I usually rest on Sundays anyway though doing garden chores is always likely with me. However, this day I wanted complete rest at least from manual activity. My garden project was almost completed and I would then be looking for something else to do. At this time of year gardening duties will be keeping me occupied quite frequently so I’ve no need to worry about not having something to do. E and I haven’t spent much time dining out over the last few months but her birthday was coming up (11 th Oct.) and at least I would treat her to a meal out for that. I would have more free time to dine out in the months ahead too. I don’t observe birthdays, anniversaries or annual festivals any longer but make exception for E’s birthday. So for this Sunday there is nothing to say, nothing new or eventful to report, it is just a real day off. In your own life do you take time out and simply do nothing all day long occasionally? If not then I think you should, you owe it to yourself. Have a nice day.

Shirley Anne

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