It would be awesome. Maybe. As long as you are Christian/nothing, and don't have a sabbath on a Friday or Saturday.
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2/20/09 at 1:51pm
Nope. No nostalgia for those days. Too many ER visits with RX that needed to be filled and no open pharmacies.
Nope. No nostalgia.
And with kids now, I can't imagine not being able to do all my shopping and errands on the weekends given that I have DD during the day and work evenings.
LOL. I can see your point. I just miss the "family" day when no did anything, just hung out, I remember going to see my grandparents on Sunday.
hey I understand the retail aspect, I work retail maybe I just dont want to work Sundays anymore.
If everything was closed on Sundays, it would be horrible for Orthodox Jews. We don't go anywhere Friday afternoons and evenings and all day Saturdays, except maybe Saturday nights in the winters, when Shabbos ends earlier.
So what do you do if you work 5 days a week, have your Sabbath on a 6th day, and then the 7th day, the only day you're truly available for big shopping projects, the stores are all closed?