Sunday, January 11, 2009


Saturday has be my favorite day of the week. There is no work, there is no pressure of work the next day. It is the only day of the week where I truly feel as though the day is all for me. Although it is a day for me, I do tend to have a little routine for Saturdays, and I just love it. Here's a normal Saturday:

Sleep in late
Get up, surf the internet and drink coffee
Go out and take care of the trash/bottles
Get more coffee
Go to Marden's, or Dollar Store, or Wal-Mart, or grocery store
Go home

That's it. Simple. I get to wander around stores and drink coffee and get a few chores done. I think that I like it because like most other days there is no agenda of things that need to get taken care of. Also, since I always get a few chores done it isn't like the whole day is a waste.

What do you do on Saturday?

Enjoy ~SJ


rach :) said...

Saturdays now include someone taking WL to archery practice. If we all go, it means we have some errands to run in the Big City. I like to do some serious cooking if I can.

We don't have a set routine. I'm not a big one for routines... I like the idea of being spontaneous.

Weather Boy said...

Saturday often means spending some time on a project that can't be tackled during the rest of the week. That, of course, does not mean that the project necessarily gets completed...

hoyden said...

I don't have them often enough, but the best Saturday's start early with a hike someplace beautiful and strenuous. I'm talking 7-11 miles with at least 2000' elevation gain (if not more). When started early enough, you can have beer and pizza on the way home and still manage to clean up and see friends in the evening. Or, fall happily asleep in bed, tired from the hard work of walking up and down hills.

I use Sundays for getting work done.