26 May, 2023

Ideal way to spend my day off #BlogchatterBlogHop

 I am so looking forward to this long holiday week. This Monday is Memorial day for us, giving us a 3 day off. Cool!  And summer break at schools is a bonus.

No need to wake up early, no need to rush to cook or go to office.

How do I want to spend my day off?

Here is my ideal way to spend my day off:

More Sleep 😴 🛌 :

I love to wakeup late and sleep more on my day off. I might wake up at 8am. 

Beauty parlor or Spa 💅:

I would love to spend my time after breakfast to get a beauty service like facial or pedicure and a relaxing massage in spa. 

Family hiking 🥾 :

I would love to hike to someplace with hubby and kids on the evening. Someplace with mountains / river and forest.

Reading 📖 :

The thought of having an afternoon nap followed by reading some good book having tea / coffee in the evening would be ideal. It's pure bliss really.

Dessert 🍨 🧁 :

I would love to celebrate day off with a dessert in the evening - a simple ice cream or a pastry would be amazing.

Gardening 🌲:

My Day off would be complete with all the above joys, but if there is at least 1 hr of time, I would love to tend to my plants.

Movie 🍿 :

I would love to watch a movie in the evening after dinner to enjoy my day off. A thriller / comedy / romance might be great.

What's your ideal way to spend your day-off? Please do let me know in comments.

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Until next time,

Sitagu Buddha Vihara, Austin TX

The Sitagu Buddha Vihara was founded in Austin in 1996 by the venerable Ashin Nyanissara. The main purpose of this temple is to provide a center for the practice of Theravada Buddhist meditation and Dhamma study in USA.

The place sits on 16.1 acres with private cottages and public facilities. This Buddhist monastery very beautifully constructed with a golden pagoda and large Buddha statues inside.

The place around is maintained clean and nearer to nature making it a great place for meditation. This is also a great place for amazing architecture and good for photography.

The address:

9001 Honeycomb Dr., Austin, TX 78737

Visitors are always welcome, but they suggest to send an email before dropping by. Instructions about the location and contact info can be found here.

We visited it twice and I will recommend it to all. It is quiet and peaceful place to visit on a weekend evening. 

As it's a religious place and monks will be meditating, it is recommended to maintain silence and take care of kids running around. 

Public restrooms are available. Parking is limited. 

Until next time,

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