Random Ramblings

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Forty winks on a day of rest

If memory serves me well, according to the Bible, Sunday should be a day of rest: doing absolutely nothing and recharging our batteries so that we are fit and well to tackle the forthcoming week with its many demands. When I was a child this also meant that shops and businesses remained closed; everywhere was quiet; it was even considered bad manners for washing to be displayed on clothes lines.

It appears that the only followers of this now are the animals. My cat, in particular who loves and enjoys a forty wink rest on a very lazy day!

Pusscat

Forty winks on a lazy Sunday


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7 comments:

Funky Town Disco Music 70s said...

Hi Polly, your cat transmits serenity, have a nice day. David

Russ said...

I use to love Sunday when I was growing up.It meant gathering at our house after church for a Chicken Dinner with all the trimmings. A day of rest for everyone but my mom. All the sibligs use to meet.After dinner we would go for a ride in the country. Wonderful memories of a time gone bye.

Lady Banana said...

Every day is a lazy day for my cats!

Colleen said...

I remember growing up...Sundays always started with getting ready for church...taking in a service...coming home...changing and getting outside with your friends. All the shops were closed, so if you forgot something you learned a little patience. Thanks for the memories Polly. What a sweet kitty...so content.

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

Sundays used to be for naps and games after dinner, after church. Now they are more like another day...

Lainy said...

Your cat is such a beauty, Polly! WE don't own a cat at home. Only the lovely dogs ;-) and I noticed they are always asleep at anytime of the day, LOL!

HEALTH NUT WANNABEE MOM said...

I think your beautiful cat has it right!! Love it!