Posted by Claudia Moser on 2:40 PM
So what to do with a free day, with a Sunday? Usually we (Peter and I) discover new places on a Sunday, we choose a new destination and we walk and try to find interesting spots. But today the weather is not that great so we were a bit sceptic.

OK, the morning was covered with walking Naila (patient enough to wait for us to wake up), preparing breakfast, enjoying a cup of coffee and watching a rerun of Larry King. But that did not fill the whole day so then we thought: should we defy the weather and still try to go to Bad Soden (a neighbouring city) for example? Seeing the clouds and feeling the cold we decided against it.

So what next? Cooking a bit (the involtini recipe already uploaded, quite proud of it if I may say so), writing an email or two, but still plenty of time left. So then I thought let's look around and see how my blog does :) And surprise I discovered 4 followers (thank you guys!), some very nice comments (thank you to you all) and a long lost friend (Obrigado Maria Piedad) among the posts. And then it hit me. It does not matter what you do, how much you do, if you are lazy or active, in the end it counts how you react. If you live intensely each second, you will have a full life right?

So what am I doing now? I am finishing this post, will enjoy my third cup of coffee, watch a bit of football (Slovakia - Paraguay) and let me be surprised by what the next thing will be. One thing is sure: I will enjoy every second, it is Sunday and I can do whatever I want :)



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