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Quotations about Sundays
Welcome to my page of quotations about Sunday. Our day of rest before most of us have to go back to work. A bonus Saturday. The first day of the week. The last day of the weekend. The day you can do absolutely nothing and not feel guilty about it. Here's to Sundays! —ღ Terri
Sunday. The poor man's rich day. ~Christian Nestell Bovee (1820–1904), in The Atlantic Monthly, December 1858
There are few things as relaxing as that serene Sunday morning silence. ~Keith Wynn, @moon_descending, tweet, 2017
Of all the Days are in the Week,
I dearly love but one Day,
And that's the Day that comes betwixt
The Saturday and Monday...
~The Vocal Miscellany: A Collection of above Four Hundred Celebrated Songs, 1738
Sunday clears away the rust of the whole week. ~Joseph Addison, 1711
A day on Jupiter's moon lasts less than five hours — just like Saturday and Sunday on Earth. ~Internet meme
How Sunday into Monday melts! ~Ogden Nash (1902–1971), "Time Marches On"
I believe I see what the week is for: it is to give time to rest up from the weariness of Sunday. ~Mark Twain (Adam)
Smonday: the moment when Sunday stops feeling like a Sunday and the anxiety of Monday kicks in ~Author unknown
Sunday morning coffee is one of the greatest things in life. ~Keith Wynn, @moon_descending, tweet, 2017
SWEET Days, God's daughters, shining o'er the world!
Bright are your feet on the far morning shore,
And, going back to heaven for evermore
Through twilight's dreamy golden gates unfurl'd,
Your footsteps in the dews of evening shine.
A radiant garland round the burning throne,
Guarded with angel wings—a heavenly zone—
Fair are ye all, dear Rays of Light Divine!
Yet fairest is she, the youngest of your name,
In her pure garment of translucent white,
And wearing on her head the halo-light
Brightening till all things near her wear the same:
For—though God loves ye all—when ye are bless'd
His Hand lies on her brow, dear Day of Rest!
~John James Piatt (1835–1917), "The Week," Poems in Sunshine and Firelight, 1863
The feeling of Sunday is the same everywhere, heavy, melancholy, standing still. ~Jean Rhys
Living up to ideals is like doing everyday work with your Sunday clothes on. ~Ed Howe
Sunday funday! ~Internet meme
You ever take a nap so good that you thought you missed the school bus. But it’s Sunday… and you’re 32. ~@JazminsThoughts, tweet, 2019
Better days are coming. They are called Saturday and Sunday. ~Author unknown
That which is stolen from God on Sunday is given to the devil on Monday. ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Seven Seventy Seven Sensations, 1897
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