Sunday mornings are nothing like Saturday mornings. Sundays are for laying back and chilling out. Some go to church but a lot of us just hang out in the living room or, if weather permits, the back porch, and read the Sunday paper or watch movies on the TV or read a good book. I fall in the latter category.
The Missus, on the other hand, and good Christian that she is, goes to a place of worship nearly every Sunday, hopefully to pray that my many sins are forgiven and I will not go to hell if I don't change my ways as she so frequently reminds me. I have resigned myself to take my chances on that. No, this little blog will not get into religion or politics. There are no winners in debates of either subject, only hard feelings, possibly losing friends along the way. I am reminded of a couple quotes by the columnist Dave Barry:
"People who want to share their religious views with you almost never want you to share yours with them. "
"The problem with writing about religion is that you run the risk of offending sincerely religious people, and then they come after you with machetes."
Nuff said on that subject.