Quickie #29 Lazy days and Sun rays

PROMPT: What is your favorite way to spend a lazy day?

I don’t really have a clear answer for this. Or rather, I have too many answers for this.

Most of my days now are spent by myself and I can do what I want whenever I want (now that I have a carrrrrr!!!) so whenever I have a day “off” it’s spent reading or watching Netflix or window shopping.

I enjoy staying home most of the time. I’m a hermit by nature and I like being with my kids. They’re friggin’ hilarious.  Going on a family outing to a restaurant or bowling is nice when we have a little extra to spend. Eventually we’ll even get brave enough to take the kids to different KINDS of restaurants,other than McDonald’s and Burger King (haaa…)

One kind of lazy day I enjoy is when I can read all day under the covers or curled up on the couch with endless cups of tea and then get gussied up to go out at night to a concert or to a bar with a sassy friend. Sometimes I like to listen to loud music and shout at people until my throat is sore. It’s rare, but the release is nice.

When I’m feeling like I need a change or scenery, sometimes I’ll pack a picnic and go cruise the back roads with the radio blasting and the windows down. It’s even better when a friend is driving and we’re singing together and rehashing “the good ol’ days”. Granted this is more a spring and summer activity but still one of my faves. I love being kidnapped for adventures.

I especially like the rare days I get to spend with my mom since she works evenings/ early mornings and then sleeps during the afternoon when I have to work. We’re employed by the same company but work in different stores so when we do get together we tell horror stories about it and empathize with each other.

Retail is AWESOME. You should try it!

At the core of it though my favorite lazy days require mainly Entertainment, Drinks (alcoholic or non, doesn’t matter), Laughter and Family. And maybe throw in some good home-made food although pizza is never a bad option.

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Author: Jessica Jordan

The adventures of one woman as she journeys to make it big in the Publishing World. With charming clumsiness she takes her first steps forward to travel this twisty-wisty world of blogging. Posts will be random, humorous, honest and emotional. She is never organized. Be warned!

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