I looked at the sea

Well my friends that was a very nice Sunday indeed. Here’s what happened. I had a little sleep in. I got up and ate my breakfast at a leisurely pace and enjoyed my green vanilla tea. I did my meditation. I did some exercise on the Wii. I ignored the fact that the Wii was berating me for being a lazy pants for the last “40 days”. I folded and put all my washing away. I cleaned up my home email inbox and made some proper folders to file important emails into. I tweeted intermittently. I did some preliminary notes and planning on my Angry Boys paper about S.Mouse. I cleaned out my car. I remembered to put the bin out. I had an egg sandwich for lunch. I watched My Year Without Sex and thought about life and death and other things. I backed up my Kindle on my two external hard drives. I transferred some pdf docs to my Kindle. I lay on the lounge to start reading the pdf docs and promptly fell asleep. I woke up at 4.30 to a phone call from my mother inviting me to fish and chips at the beach. I went, I ate fish and chips and looked at the sea. Now I am home.


4 Responses to “I looked at the sea”

  1. 2paw says:

    Well, that sounds pretty perfect, and exactly what a Sunday should be. Here, it is Recreation Day tomorrow, so Sunday is just not the same.

  2. Mmmmmmm fish and chips on the beach with your Mum ! Sounds so nice. Wish I could do the same with mine.
    Is it something about couches that puts us to sleep? I did almost exactly the same thing today.

  3. Wendy says:

    I think there is something about couches most definitely!
    Recreation Day? I don't think we have that in Queensland but it sounds good 🙂

  4. 2paw says:

    Hobart has Regatta Day in February- yachts, side shows, greasy pole etc on the river. Our river here is not Regatta-worthy so we have Recreation Day, where there are no more actual people re-created, but general recreation!!!

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