Grey and rainy Sundays offer one version of perfect. Crossword puzzles might be involved.
Picked up a tree at the Unitarian Church in West Newton (where Finn lunged and growled at a PERSON) and now boil green beans for lunch.
Not going anywhere else.
What’s your version of a perfect Sunday?
The NYT xword for sure (as you well know) and sitting in the sun on the breezeway (gotta love Texas weather this time of year). Fresh-made granola and leftover birthday cake round it out. Ahhhhh …
I can almost smell the granola! Love it homemade.
Daughter Meg in Austin turned 36 on Friday … I brought cake, she sent us home with leftovers
Sunday…when I can get up whenever I want to! the best!
Ah! It was 8:45 for me today!
Sleeping past 7. Coffee, a warmed up slice of pizza, and the whole Sunday NY Times that I didn’t have to go out for myself. No plans, no commitments, and surprise company that brings treats and leaves in an hour.
Sounds just great. It’s so nice to not have plans on Sunday!
Sounds lovely. Peace, quiet, read, think, hide 🙂
Esp. after spending the week, as you do, teaching!!
Tasty homemade lunch, a walk and my book, followed up by a bit of relaxing TV.
my idea of a perfect Sunday, too!
Lots of tea, stitching, oatmeal, & later left-over Thai, and the guys having things to do elsewhere.
It’s remarkable how many similarities are being echoed here
Since my Sunday was two days ago and not necessarily my best ever, I’ll just say it was a day at home full of puttering on three projects (one cloth two paper) and cooking (nice Cottage pudding with currants and apples), eating, napping and preparing bill payments to mail Monday. It was good enough.
And now it’s even longer ago than that! It is fun to see some of your holiday preparations going on over there in Manhattan!
I love just staying at home just caving it on Sundays
this post seems so long ago — but it seems there is a consensus here: Sundays are best spent at home, without too much to accomplish