Sigh. It’s just not the same reading truncated stories online with attached venomous commentary.
But Sunday is still Sunday, a day like no other. For me, it’s sacred in more ways than the obvious, it’s a day to do whatever you want, no guilt over shoulda, coulda, oughta.
Wanna watch a movie? There are some dandies out there: “Zombieland” and “Capitalism: A Love Story” come to mind.
I recommend “The Cove” at 7:30 p.m. at The Flicks http://www.thecovemovie.com/ and not just because I helped get together the discussion panel for after. It’s billed as a “thriller” doc and won awards, including one at Sundance. Plus, The Flicks has beer and wine and the best popcorn in town although I recommend you eat up early, I don’t think you’ll have much appetite during the film.
Or maybe you’d like to read a book? I’m holding out for SK’s newest tome coming out in November “Under the Dome.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Under_the_Dome
I’d also suggest a trip to the park or foothills or maybe even a fun car wash but — it’s raining so none of those activities works.
How about curling up with your old high school chums and out of town buds on Facebook? I know I can easily kill a couple hours doing that. Today is a free pass, too, so no “guilty pleasure” attached.
Speaking of guilt, go ahead and go to church if you like. The way I see it, God doesn’t need an invite (nor do you) but I do like to sit in the quiet of a beautiful church and just … be. It’s so peaceful.
Or you know what? It’s a great day to nap with Led Zeppelin on to lull you to dream. Whatever you do, have fun.