Daily Prompt: The Best Day Ever

Daily Prompt: The Best Day Ever

by Krista on December 25, 2013

You get to enjoy the best day ever — describe in detail what that means to you. Where are you?   What will you do?  What’s the weather like?  What will you eat?  Who will you see?Photographers, artists, poets: show us INDULGENT.

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I am so blessed and I feel so blessed.  My best day ever repeats itself almost every week unless I chose to trade it and do something else like going fishing in the wee hours of the morning for example.

Today is my best day, one of those that comes weekly.  The only difference today is that it is Boxing Day so I will take my time and go Boxing Day Shopping for great bargains and then perhaps store my purchases away all forgotten.  My weakness and that makes me sound like a hoarder.

I appreciate the simple things in life.  In a simple nutshell, my best day is when I wake up without the annoying sound of my alarm clock and getting away from the daily routine of dressing up and driving the same route to work.

On most of my best days or days off, I caught up on my sleep.  Logged into littlegirlstory and submit a post or two (like now and it’s 2pm).  I may have breakfast in my pajamas or I may even take an hour walk with my dog to my favourite cafe for brunch and walk all the way back home.  No pressure for time and doing things at the sphere of the moment.

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8 thoughts on “Daily Prompt: The Best Day Ever

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  4. I agree with you completely. The best days for me are days when I don’t have to have deadlines and be somewhere at a certain place. It’s about doing the simple things when we want to. But I must disagree with you about Boxing Day. I went out to the shops on Boxing Day here in Melbourne, and was disappointed to find literally everything was priced the same as the week before.

    • I am not into Boxing day sales and in fact this year is the only year that I was amongst the bargain hunters in the long queue. I have an overseas visitor and wanted to show him what the ‘locals’ do. You are actually right, Mabel. Sales are on all year round and the real bargains are only the christmas items going at half price.

      • So true. It’s the Christmas cards and decorations that were on sale. I was looking at clothes ad bags and they were just marked up and then discounted.

        This is my first time in a long while I’ve been in Australia for Boxing Day sales. So naturally I went to the shops – I went into a department store and it took so long to get out! So many people everywhere! To be honest though, the sales in Malaysia are much more crazier…Boxing Day sales in our part of the world are tame in comparison.

      • How true and parking is a headache too ! On the bright side, was something to do and see for my visitor. Boxing day indeed, in the modern commercial sense, boxing day means ‘huge’ sale and consumers buying unnecessary stuff and then boxed them away !

      • Box them away – hahaha! So apt! I didn’t buy anything on Boxing Day this year. Was after a new phone but might wait for a couple of months to see if the prices drop then – which they didn’t yesterday 😀

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