Sunday, October 03, 2010

Sunday -snooze button

Here's to hoping that each of you hit the snooze button this Sunday morning.
There is a chill in the air which makes me want to snooze a bit longer!
image Sue Macartney Snape -Book Palace

13 comments:

Style Chronicle said...

I am still curled up under my covers as we speak :)

Purple Flowers said...

I don't press the snooze button on weekend mornings, although I do allow myself abit of a snooze on the living room sofa in the middle of the afternoon should I want it.
:)

Tiffany from HOLIDAY said...

Funny this is your post b/c this is the first time I've been able to hit the snooze button in over a year since my little one spent the night at my mom's. Have a wonderful Sunday! xozzzzzzzzzzz...

Ivy Lane said...

yep got to snooze a little longer today..going to head out and enjoy some fresh air! happy sunday!

MEADE DESIGN GROUP said...

Indeed - I also had an extra 1 1/2 hours of sleep time.

two hippos said...

I just love sms's drawings, just perfect charactertures of English life! If only my pouches would listen to the snooze button... just love her pink wireless too.

julielorusso@gmail.com said...

I haven't hit the snooze button in 8 years - since I met my husband. He doesn't sleep much :)

I go to bed early now though.

Hope you caught a few extra minutes today.


Julie

Mona Thompson Providence Ltd. said...

Absolutely loving the chill in the air here as well. spent the afternoon planting mums and arranging pumpkins. I just love the change of seasons.

Joyce said...

The sun was out today, and a chill in the air. I was so tempted to turn on the heat. I hope you had a wonderful day! xo

pretty pink tulips said...

Today felt just great!!! Here's to more of what we finally got!

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

So true. We actually needed a sweater today! TGIFall!!

Maria Killam said...

And it's a fabulous picture to make us all feel cozy!
xoxo
maria

bricarwaller said...

Love that illustration! Isn't this time of year conducive to a snooze button. There is a definite chill in the air makes you want to snuggle in.