Sunday, March 09, 2008

sad to see Sunday go

I'm so sad to see another weekend winding down. Sunday evenings are always sort of melancholy for me. I love the weekends -- long hours to spend with Jesse, getting out for walks in the park or longer workouts, having time to just do nothing if that's what I want. The weeks are so hectic.

Thanks for the sympathetic posts on the clothing dilemma. Once my clothes are sprung from the dry cleaners, I should have enough variety to tide me over for a while. I'm feeling almost up to starting Weight Watchers again, just so I can feel comfortable in my own skin.


  1. urgh, nothing like that sunday evening back to school feeling. hope you have a good week jen OOOH and i loved your new post on AFG!

  2. Sundays are bittersweet - the second day off but the day before we go back. And this weekend with all your snow, it was perfect to stick close to home and recharge.

    The clothing dilemma must be an epidemic because I have it, too. I'm not quite ready to get back to the hard work of changing it but I'm closer, too. Maybe we can do it together.

  3. So totally identify with this. Sunday afternoons and evenings are such a paradox--precious because we have time with family but fleeting because the work week is merely hours away. I truly believe we should have 3 day weekends at least once a month. Wouldn't that make life much more enjoyable?


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