- Saturday is SITURDAY! It’s the day after a long week and was created to give you the opportunity to have a change of pace – to SIT and have a quiet moment just doing nothing, maybe watching the wind blow through the trees, listening to soothing music, reading something inspiring. It’s the one day you have the chance to regroup and do whatever makes you better.
- SITURDAY is the one day that was designed for you to say, “This is MY day. I can choose to do things I want to do and things I have to do….but the day is MINE.” It’s the one day you can get up, SIT for a bit, have a nice hot cup of coffee or tea, and reflect on what you want your day to be.
- SITURDAY is the day set aside for you to SIT and “recharge” the most complicated object in the known universe – your brain. The human brain that is “sitting on your shoulders” has 100 billion neurons, each neuron connected to 10 thousand other neurons. Amazing! Dont’t overwhelm it. Take the time to SIT and relax and allow your brain a chance to recharge.
- Let’s face it. Life is short and time flies by. SITURDAY is a good day for you to take the time to SIT around with family and friends — the people you love — and share your lives — laugh, hug, cry, share special moments that will make a lifetime of memories. And if you can’t be there in person, SIT down and make a call. Be in touch. Remember, life is short and time flies by.
- SITURDAY is a good day to SIT and think about your life and where it’s going — to realize that nothing is going to come to you by waiting for it to happen. You have to go after the things you want. While you’re SITTING on the front porch relaxing and listening to the birds, take some time to think about what action you need to take to make your dreams come true. And by the way, never stop dreaming, no matter how old you are.
- Saturday is SITURDAY! Have a good one.
One thought on “SATURDAY IS SITURDAY: HAVE A GOOD ONE”
How lucky am I to have a Sit-ur-Day at home with you to enjoy the porch, the birds, the coffee, the company and the love! Thank you as always for the memories and another way of looking at things. xx