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Lazy day Sundays

July 20th, 2009 at 06:20 pm

Some folk get things done on Sunday, others do nothing. I fall into the nothing category, I wish I had some sort of drive to get tons of things done, but in general that has to wait till Monday. And quite frankly I could sit on my rear end all day if left alone.

I wonder what makes some folk driven and others a well Lazy?

Though Lazy or no, things must get done.

2 Responses to “Lazy day Sundays”

  1. Broken Arrow Says:

    Well, if that's lazy, then I'm lazy too. Big Grin

    I think everyone operates at different paces, and part of life is to not only figure out where that pace lies, but also coming to terms with it.

    Because, unfortunately, other people will always judge you (or at least guys) based on how "motivated" you are. Interestingly enough, I believe there are cultural differences. For example, people in France and Britain may comment at how us Americans seems to try to work so much and yet enjoy so little with their lives. Conversely, Asians tend to think that Americans are indeed fat and lazy... Sorry.

    But in reality, it's just a difference in cultural pace.

    The phenomenon can also be local as well. For example, someone in New York City may be stereotyped as having a hectic pace, whereas people who live on farms in the midwest may be stereotyped as having a slow pace.

    Regardless of what it is, I don't think it's good to think of yourself as lazy. After all, you do raise 4 kids! So, take a Sunday off and relax if you want.

  2. princessperky Says:

    Oh well I suppose it could be worse, I could give in to my lazyness.

    thanks for the thoughts.

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