• 100 Days of Good Karma: Day 37 (Fat Sunday)

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    Sunday, August 17, 2014

    Day 37 of 100 Days of Good Karma.

    Today was a lazy day.

    I woke up.  I posted Day 36.  My productivity stopped there.

    We wore the same clothing we slept in.  All day.

    I cleaned out my email inbox.  I responded to a few.  I marked another 200 or so ‘read’ without even looking at them.

    I stalked people on Facebook.

    I looked up the lyrics to The Lazy Song.  Then I looked up a video teaching me how to Dougie.

    Six minutes and forty seconds later I felt very white and uncoordinated so I moved on to reading the news.

    I left my phone in the bedroom.  I didn’t look at it once.

    (sorry Mom… I’ll call you tomorrow)

    I took a nap.

    Justin took a nap.

    The dog took a nap.

    (Why don’t kids like to nap?)

    I made sugar cookies and blue cupcakes with the kids.

    I marveled at Connor’s ability to get blue cupcake batter everywhere.  Even on the back of his neck.

    I painted my toes.

    Hannah and I watched stupid cat videos on YouTube.

    We ate left overs.

    Eventually, we took showers.

    And changed into new pajamas.

    And went to bed.

    Today’s silver lining:  This is what we call a Fat Sunday.

    It was perfect.

    What’s your silver lining today?  I love comments!


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6 Responsesso far.

  1. Veronica Loftis says:

    YouTube suggestion: Pugs. You won’t be disappointed!

  2. I’m glad you can have a fat day because I am too busy lately to take any kind of nap….its go go go!!!

  3. Michale Bauer says:

    Meghan, I’m catching up on reading/commenting. Having Fat Sundays sprinkled throughout the year is good for the soul!

    My Sunday silver lining: I was at the kitchen sink about to hand wash the dishes (I don’t have a dish washer) and I spotted a hummingbird in my flower garden. I love hummingbirds and get such a kick watching them in my garden. Of course, I didn’t have fresh nectar in my feeder. After cleaning and refilling with a fresh nectar solution, wouldn’t you know no more hummingbird. I saw one or two in the Spring and now this one in the “Fall” migration. I hope to see and feed many more!

    • Meghan says:

      Michale, thank you for the comment and I love that silver lining. You should keep a camera next to the window so you can catch a picture of them!

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