Growing up in the good ol’ US of A, Sundays was the MOST cherished day of the week, the saving grace in a hectic school schedule. It was a time for all things social, and sleeping late after Saturday Nite Live. Yeh life sure was tough then! Now I live overseas where SUNDAY






    If you are a WAHM (as in working from home mother) then ’nuff said.. but for the rest of you -


    The first few years I was all about joining the committee to getting this country to recognize Sunday as a day off. How can anyone be expected to get their children to school on time. How dare they treat us transplanted Americans so insensitively and expect us to… AHEM… WORK!


    How does Sundays look to me now? Last Sunday my children, excluding infant, were all in school, and I am working in my p.j.s, when my door knocks. It is a postman delivering a present for my baby from the states.  Yes mail on Sunday.


    Ah… such  bliss..


    Today for example, another Sunday, kids were home due to a local holiday. We were all just finishing a virus – I had it the worst, and still feel hit by a mack truck. Hardly able to take care of anyone, I was a horribly neglectant mother, begging them to say YES to cereal for 3 meals.


    Why was the idea of Sunday created? I cant remember? Perhaps by the TV networks to force children to drive their parents crazy enough to allow them to watch TV incessantly?


    Well I am one pooped MOM on this Sunday so signing off..



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