Sundays should be for slowing down …

and puttering. And church. I admit, I didn’t really want to leave home and go, but I’m glad I did.

First, I enjoyed the the early morning with coffee in an adorable mug:

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The goats showed me how to enjoy those piles of posts.  I was going about it all wrong!

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Sundays are for enjoying the fruits of your labor.  I should have taken a picture before the pigs got to it:

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Also, they are for taking a walk. Pig-farmer and I try to take a walk most Sundays at the General Dacey Trails in Shelbyville. After eating the blackberry pie, I definitely should take a few more walks and enjoy the views offered by Lake Shelbyville:

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Ahhhh, then some time at home to visit the Adirondacks (chairs) and read with my faithful assistant by my side:

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Now, it’s Monday morning and time to get to work.  I wish you a good morning and happy Monday!

About Marla Rose

This blog documents small-town life in central Illinois with photographs and various ideas/adventures that come my way. My hope is to make you laugh (or at least smile) and appreciate this life!
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4 Responses to Sundays should be for slowing down …

  1. Hmmmm. So you were one of the pie pigs, eh? By your own admission. Tsk. Tsk.

  2. pattisj says:

    I’m glad the goats helped you out. They can be so funny. I just pulled blackberry cobbler out of the oven, and I’m going to make some disappear before I go to bed! The weather has been so crazy this summer, I’ve not gotten out and walked like I normally do. Maybe fall will be better. It’s nice to have a faithful assistant at your side. I miss that.

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