Sunday Morning

 

The quiet moments of a Sunday morning calm me and my soul. Every working person knows the weekend is when you get things done at home but not only that. It’s a time of peace and quiet, an opportunity to rest and recharge your batteries for the coming work week. Without this time, I become exhausted and distracted.

 

 

 

You may attend church and that’s your peace. Perhaps you read a good book by candlelight or meditate in a dark room. Everyone relaxes and recharges in a different way. It doesn’t matter what you do, as long as it generates tranquility in your life.

 

 

There are various activities I do on a Sunday morning. I sit with my steaming coffee and look out the window watching my world wake up. Sometimes I blog and catch up on friends’ blog entries and comment. Other times I make a breakfast for us. This morning I made crepes, one of my husband’s favorites. On the side I heated up blueberries, added a dash of cinnamon and a tablespoon of sugar. It was fun to fill my little cordial cups with orange juice and set the table as if we had company. I love a good chance to use my best china and light the candles.

Here’s hoping you all have a restful Sunday!

All My Best,

Heart and Soul

14 thoughts on “Sunday Morning

  1. Love the idea of using your best china even though you don’t have company. We all need time to stop and smell the roses, and you’ve done that in strides. Great job!

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  2. Beautiful way to start a Sunday Mary. And I love your Blue Willow plates– so pretty and classic. Are you fixing an Easter meal next Sunday?? Hope it’s a blessed day for you… xox friend.

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  3. Oh Mary, what a wonderful way to spend a Sunday morning! I love how you took care of yourself, and your husband. Crepes sound marvelous 🙂 — and the gift of your morning is evident from the love in your words. Great photo too!

    Many blessings to you both. Looks like I may take time off from blogging, at least for a time. Need some time to reflect in peace, if that makes sense to you. Please be in touch anytime at weloveyou@forgivingconnects.com. More soon on my blog tomorrow! I love you, Mary.
    Debbie

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    1. Thank you, Debbie for your kindness and love. I can understand the time away from the blog and I’ll miss it. I hope you find the peace you seek, many blessings and love to you. ❤

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