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Saturday Morning ... Sunday Morning ...

At long last, I finally put together a blog. Within the pixels on your screen I will try to dazzle you with brilliance, assemble witty anecdotes, and even manage to diagram a few sentences with nouns, verbs, and a few choice adjectives (If you don't remember sentence diagramming, son't worry. I won't talk about it again. Promise).

But today, it's Saturday Morning, for a few minutes while the kids are still asleep, I get to unplug, go to the bagel shop and get breakfast for the wife and I. Usually, life is filled with trials and tribulations which suck up all of the time within a day leaving you with a few minutes of free time right before you go to bed, or in the early morning. Saturday morning, before the kids get up, is a time for planning, drinking coffee, and having the TV on in the background. It's one of the times I look forward to during the week. 

A Saturday morning has a certain energy to it. It is the one day over the weekend when you can spend it toiling on errands and cleaning and still go out at night and do something. Saturday mornings people head out early for graduations, running 5Ks, getting supplies for the lawn, trying to think of reasons for not mowing the lawn, or maybe a picnic lunch with the family. 

Sunday morning is the hangover for Saturday. Not the actual hangover, but it is a day of more solace, heavy coffee drinking, and planning out the next five days before the weekend. Saturday morning brings an enthusiasm, brightened optimism, that the next couple hours can be made into a productive weekend.  Usually when someone mentions the term, Sunday morning, it is filled with: 1) making lists which start with bullets or numbers, 2) all of the errands that you couldn't get to on Saturday, 3) church, 4) Sunday NYT crosswords, or simply, 5) getting everything wrapped up before Monday. When you see a scene from the movies a Sunday morning is always: filled with dark clouds, constant steam of rain, people are gathered at a small table (or around a fireplace), with a blanket and a book. 

So, while there is still some part of the Saturday morning left, let me finish off this blog entry and get on with my day!

When you have a moment, let me know something. When someone mentions the term "Saturday Morning" or "Sunday Morning ... what do you think of?

Also, I wanted to let you know about July's giveaway on Goodreads! 

Goodreads Book Giveaway

The Day of the Flying Pot Roast

by Nick Stockton

Giveaway ends August 12, 2017.
See the giveaway details at Goodreads.
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