Whats your definition for a Wonderful Weekend
July 22, 2017 2:45pm CST
When I was much youngest, weekends used to be a moment of fun, a time when I get to hang out with both my friends and family. But its hasn't been so growing up to the man I have become; my weekends are there only for me to meet up with left over work from the office and few chores, and I'm wondering if I'm the only one living this kind of life. What's your own definition for a wonderful weekend
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• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
I think there needs to be a kind of 'relativity' there: If you have a boring- or punishing-job 5-days-a-week, any weekend without boredom or punishment is great! I'm 'on weekend' all the time, so I don't really think of 'vacations/fun-things/etc.' as 'weekend-things.'
As a kid during the summertime everyday might have been thought of as a perfect day. As we age we acquire more and more responsibility until cores, tasks, or obligations take up most of our time. Perfection might be freedom from all those distractions. My perfect day is at the beach reading a magazine or doing a crossword puzzle. Such a simple thing I know, but consider myself very fortunate to be able to do this on occasion. This simple quote helps me with the burdens we sometimes feel we have- "The most simple things can bring the most happiness." The quote is from Izabella Scorupco from brainy quotes. Or as I try to tell myself- Keep it simple stupid Hope you find a wonderful weekend in the near future. DB