Sunday, August 26, 2007

The Lords Day.

As a part of my mothers rule of life I have scheduled in a cooking day on Saturday. Each Saturday I cook muffins, mini quiches, lunch for Sunday and tea for Saturday and Sunday night. I have scheduled this in so that we can make Sunday more of a Lords day.

The reality though is it has become a Therese day rather than a Lords day. Most of the housework is organised so that there isn't any major jobs to be done. The only jobs I do are those that are scheduled in every day.

So I want your ideas. We generally go to Mass on Saturday night. I have to tidy the main living areas and our bedroom, fold washing and prepare meals (this usually means heating them up since I have made them the day before).

Do you think we should be doing family activities? Should we just be hanging out like we do now? Should we do some extra prayers as a family?

Any suggestions appreciated.

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