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'Have you spent Sunday…'
With the one you love, Sleeping, Watching movies, Gardening, FaceBooking, Sewing, Doing art/craft, Excelling in your sport, With time to yourself, Intensely studying, Writing job applications, Baking cakes, Visiting, Shopping, Shampooing the dog, Mowing the lawns, Grooming the cat, Teaching someone to ride a bike, walking, Crying, Laughing, Dining, Phoning home, Missing someone, Spending quality time with your child/ren, Playing a board game, Painting, Enjoying your own time, Being spoilt. This is not a complete list…Kerri Weaver’s BLOG June 17
I would like to still think that Sunday can be considered ‘a day of rest’. Perhaps, you went to Church this morning or last night, yesterday morning – depending on what religion you follow. Is Sunday still a day when family get together, do something special together? Or has it become a day to just unwind in whatever the preferred environment can be.
What did you do Sunday? What do you do regularly on a Sunday?
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Kerri Weaver is a service provider for children with disabilities.