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Gabriel Leopardi
post May 22 2016, 05:12 PM
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After many weekends with tours, today I'm at home with my family which is a very nice thing. I really enjoy it.

What about you? What do you do on Sundays?



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post May 22 2016, 06:40 PM
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the sunday i usualy do near nothing, except visiting the familly , or go the forest with my childs, or doing manual stuff like cleaning a car or bike, if the waether is nice, we do BBQ with friends...

but in any case, i find some hours to practicing guitar

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post May 22 2016, 07:40 PM
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6am to 4pm every Sunday...


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post May 22 2016, 08:05 PM
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I have three types of Sunday,

When we have my wife's father to ours for roast dinner, I get up, clean my car, clean out the fish pond filters, go and fetch him as he doesn't drive, watch football or motorsport, practise guitar.

Other Sundays are either an independent day where we will visit historic homes that are run by THIS organisation. Many have deer parks and woodland walks so it's good to get fresh air and get up close to nature.

The other type of Sunday is when we have what we call our micro holidays. Usually Saturday is a day out at one of those places, but one that is a bit further to travel, where we could do it there and back in one day but we prefer not to so we stay in a hotel on the nigh and have a meal and wine in the restaurant, then the following day (Sunday) we may go to another one on the way home or find a country market town, have a stroll around, find a coffee shop and have a sandwich and coffee. Often in villages like Boughton On The Water or maybe a seaside town.

That's about it. smile.gif


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post May 22 2016, 08:35 PM
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I usually play guitar, catch up on email that I've let pile up, spend time with my Family, and try to do all the things I didn't have time for during the week smile.gif

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post May 25 2016, 04:53 PM
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I go to church on Sundays every time I have the opportunity. As of late I have had to work in the afternoons to evenings - so what used to be my day to relax after church is another work day - but that's ok because my days off are in the middle of the week.


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