|'cell phone' by |
samantha celera under
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I wasn't feeling particularly lazy so I had breakfast, did a bit of tidying-up (ouch!) and browsed the news. At about 11.30, I got in the mood picking up my mobile and catching up with friends.
So I try calling the first on the list.... no reply. OK. 11.30 might still be early for some. Another one came to my mind - and that was a phone call I had to do at some point during the day, regardless - but, again, no luck. Moving onto the third one, well, no luck there, as well. At that point I thought that, given the time of the day, I was really trying to get hold of the wrong kind of crowd. So I tried calling an uncle of mine and "volunteer" for an errand. And nope. Nobody there, too.
For some weird reason, knock-knock jokes started coming to my mind but I soon pulled myself together and went on with my day....
So, the key messages of today's experience are:
- Sunday mornings can be very quiet if you happen to wake up early.
- Sunday mornings can be very noisy, if you happen to choose to stay in bed but have a friend who tends to wake up early.
- Sunday mornings is the ideal time to be anti-social. Most likely, nobody will disturb you but, even if somebody does, you can just ignore them and they'll be OK with it.
- Still, Sunday mornings are waaaay better than Sunday evenings, with the exception of those Sunday evenings that are followed by a bank holiday Monday.
Note: I re-tried calling those people in the afternoon and, that time, my success rate was significantly higher.