Some people have lazy days, typically lazy weekend days. It’s a way of balancing out all the hectic rushing around we do during the week I guess. Slow things down, ignore deadlines and just go with the flow.
We don’t have those in my house. The four-footed one doesn’t believe in lazy days. She also doesn’t believe in sleeping in or altering a routine. She doesn’t understand when I need to rest or the routine gets messed up due to lupus.
Beloved attempted to have a lazy day recently. Get up when he felt like it, have a leisurely breakfast and just see where things took him. He told me the night before he was going to sleep in and just take it moment by moment once he woke up. He was confident in this plan despite me warning him that the four-footed one would be having none of this.
Of course when she woke him up as dawn was breaking he was not thrilled. The fact she was ready to start her day was lost on him. Granted I get being a bit grumpy when you get woken up at dawn because a cute little fou-footed companion needs to go outside. And yes it can be a bit ,cugh when that same cute bundle of fur demands her breakfast and play time right after coming in. And don’t forget the after play walk. All before 7 in the morning thank you very much.
I figured the two of them would sort out the lazy day by early afternoon, both of them napping, except that wasn’t the case at all. She was determined to make up for missed walks with him, and don’t forget about al the missed play time to. While he was hoping to put his fee to pay and read, it has her resting on his legs she was determined to get him walking and playing as if his life depended on it.
I, on the other hand, managed a nice lazy day!