How Sundays Should Work

There’s a question that must be asked whenever someone tries to drag you out of bed early on a Sunday. And it’s precisely the question Lady and the Tramp’s Jim Dear asks when Lady is eager to start her Sunday morning: “Can’t you explain to Lady about Sundays?”

 

We can’t really blame poor Lady—she’s fresh out of pup-hood and holds true to our beloved maxim of when the sky’s awake, we’re awake. But Jim Dear has a point about Sundays. So we’re going to break it down, just in case you need a reminder:

 

Sundays are for sleeping in…

How Sundays Should Work

 

And going for walks…

How Sundays Should Work

 

And going for drives.

How Sundays Should Work

 

 

Sundays are for lounging outside…

How Sundays Should Work

 

And playing with a friend…

How Sundays Should Work

 

And taking naps (lionesses excluded).

How Sundays Should Work

 

 

Sundays are for having good meals…

How Sundays Should Work

 

And acting silly with friends…

How Sundays Should Work

 

And listening to music.

How Sundays Should Work

 

 

Sundays are for baking…

How Sundays Should Work

 

And reading…

How Sundays Should Work

 

And maybe painting (why not?).

How Sundays Should Work

 

 

Sundays are for adventures…

How Sundays Should Work

 

And chasing down maybe-mythical but probably-real creatures…

How Sundays Should Work

 

And for wearing a cool pair of shades.

How Sundays Should Work

 

 

But mostly, Sundays are for smiles.

How Sundays Should Work

 

Because after doing all that fun stuff, you just can’t help but be happy.

How Sundays Should Work

 

What do you do on Sundays?

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