I can almost hear grandma saying that when I think on it, and I even catch myself asking it sometimes.
How about you, do you work on Sundays??? Oh I don't mean do you have a job that works you on Sundays. Sure you have to make a living somehow and sometimes a job can force you to work on Sunday.
My grandmother told me a story once about we shouldn't work on Sunday. It was a day for God and also meant for a day of rest. But you can't leave an ox in the ditch, so sometimes work is needed and alright.
I remember it was just this way when I was growing up. Every Sunday was a sit around day watching TV or maybe having company to visit. Most afternoons we would go out for a ride. I loved those trips because I used to ride laying up on the back shelf of the car above the back seat looking out the back window. And every Sunday I would see roads and places that I'd never seen before. Grandpa used to say, 'What fun would just out riding around be if you go somewhere you've already been'.
So I was brought up to not work on Sunday. I grow up in North Carolina and I rarely noticed anything happening on Sundays. Everything pretty will laid back, even the stores wasn't real busy. I moved to Georgia and I see houses being build, grass being cut. Seems people do just anything they want any day they want.
I make a comment about something being done on Sunday that I can't believe they're doing and Wanda just keeps telling me it just the different places in the world doing different ways.
Maybe so, I just don't understand I guess! The would moves to fast for me these days!
So slow down....... What's your hurry! lol