What would you do for a day if you had no responsibilities for 24 hours?
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Sit in a tree with a rifle and wait for some deer to make the mistake of their life. Or nothing.
I love the “nothing.”
Anything that’s near or on the water.
I don’t know what I was thinking when I asked the question. Right now, sleeping sounds good, but after about 8 or 10 hours of that, I’d have to get up and have some coffee. Then? Do some yoga, take a walk through the woods or up a mountain in lovely weather. Maybe watch some really good old black & white movies. Read a good book and take a nap. Maybe do some de-cluttering and cleaning. Maybe do a spa day. Considering that it will be a long time before I get a full day without responsibilities (if ever), this is all fantasy.
Wow. I don’t know! Nothing! lol That sounds boring but to not have laundry to do, dishes to wash, a house to clean constantly…doing absolutely nothing for 24 hours sounds really appealing!
Read a book, or a series of books. Watch movies. Eat whatevertheheck I want. Take a long shower and get right back into comfy yoga pants and a sweatshirt. Maybe I’d work a walk in there, but not likely. Above all, refuse to think about any responsibilities. That’s the hardest part – not thinking about what needs to be done, and plan it, even though you swear you’re not going to do it…
You’re so right Laura. It’s really hard to turn off the brain sometimes.