I do not know why but I felt like Sunday today

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@allknowing (66597)
India
January 19, 2017 6:50pm CST
Sunday in our household is different which means no working in the garden or elsewhere. I give myself a holiday. So I was in a way happy that today I will be lazing around and suddenly it dawned on me that i was in dreamland and all those chores that i do on a Friday loomed large in front of my eyes. So do you have a lazing day too?
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@youless (92269)
• Guangzhou, China
20 Jan 17
In fact I even made a mistake and went to work on Saturday since I thought it was Friday only
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@allknowing (66597)
• India
20 Jan 17
When our biological clock does not work in tandem with realty these things happen I guess
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@DWDavis (11574)
• Pikeville, North Carolina
20 Jan 17
I would like to have a lazing day during the week, but my missus doesn't know how to relax and take it easy. She feels like she has to be doing something all the time, which would be okay except she feels like I should be doing something all the time, too.
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@allknowing (66597)
• India
20 Jan 17
Surely there are lessons on how to spend a day doing nothing - you being a teacher?
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@DWDavis (11574)
• Pikeville, North Carolina
20 Jan 17
@allknowing I have tried, but she's a reluctant student.
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@allknowing (66597)
• India
20 Jan 17
@DWDavis Teaching a family member is the toughest and if you succeed hats off to you
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@JudyEv (126246)
• Bunbury, Australia
20 Jan 17
We don't work too hard any day of the week now we're retired. We have a pretty easy life really.
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@allknowing (66597)
• India
20 Jan 17
Keeping busy is what I do but do relax on Sundays just lazing around.
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@JudyEv (126246)
• Bunbury, Australia
20 Jan 17
@allknowing We need a relaxing day from time to time and Sundays is usually the best day for it.
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@shaggin (37115)
• United States
20 Jan 17
I don't really have a lazing day. Saturday my kids and I usually go out and get groceries and do things like the movies etc. Sunday I catch up on my cleaning and anything else I didn't have time for during the week.
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@allknowing (66597)
• India
20 Jan 17
As my boss once told me that lazing is necessary to fuel up one's system
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@shaggin (37115)
• United States
20 Jan 17
@allknowing I agree with your boss. If we never recharge our bodies by resting we can get pretty run down.
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@DianneN (79896)
• United States
20 Jan 17
Funny! I purposely had a do nothing day.
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@allknowing (66597)
• India
20 Jan 17
Friday is a day for my terrace garden. Poor plants would have been neglected.
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@DianneN (79896)
• United States
20 Jan 17
@allknowing Glad you came to your senses!
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@shubhu3 (14275)
• New Delhi, India
20 Jan 17
Hehhehe this happens with me too. I tend to be just layinh around doing nothing or simply listening music and just chilling on Sundays.
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@allknowing (66597)
• India
20 Jan 17
But have you ever thought Friday was Sunday and did not go to work?
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@shubhu3 (14275)
• New Delhi, India
20 Jan 17
@allknowing Hahahah nah. This hasn't happened with me.
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@frank96 (117)
20 Jan 17
Sundays are generally considered the relaxing day , when i normally sleep until 9 am. After I get up, I would go out and about working out or going shopping with my friends .
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@allknowing (66597)
• India
20 Jan 17
You do a bit of lazing and this is required for our system, but I suppose you remembered on which day to do it (lol)