Honey is nondenominational. She loves everyone no matter what their religion.
But living in a country with a strong Christian tradition, it’s hard not to think of Sunday as the Sabbath even if you’re not religious.
Here’s how Honey spends her Sunday:
She sleeps in a little later than usual.
Then she goes for a bathe so she’s nice and clean and smells good for the day.
Afterwards, she likes to spend a little time communing with nature.
And sometimes, she even spends a little time in worship with her favorite god.
Please tell me who thought it was a clever idea to make a squeaky dog toy modeled after a Polynesian Tiki (it was a gift; we did not buy it). I’m betting this particular toy won’t be sold anywhere in the South Pacific, eh?
Whether you spend one day a week worshipping, playing, or spending time with family, it’s nice to devote your day to more than just work. At least that’s what Honey thinks.
Your Turn: Do you set one day in the week aside as special, whether for religious reasons or otherwise? If so, is this day different for your dog? How?