Like a lot of people - we have our weekend routines. Saturday is for Central Park and running errands, painting floor cloths and a little non-canine social time for Mom (whatever).
I thought we should start to create a few Sunday routines as well. A neighborhood walk with Mom in the AM. Mom can pick up here iced coffee from the corner deli. This should be followed by breakfast and naptime for me. Coffee and New York Times for Mom. She puts on John Coltrane and it's a very relaxing way to wind up the weekend.
Due had an even better idea....after the quiet morning....a simple little sidewalk dining in the
Upper East Side of Manhattan.
We headed uptown to Petaluma. A lovely little neighborhood Italian cafe on First Avenue and 73rd Street.
It seems this is a popular spot for the 4 legged residents of the area. Although this bulldog arrived in his very own stroller. Mom - can you get on that please. I need a carriage!
After lingering over lunch, we headed back. One slight problem. It's 90 degrees and I'm still wearing my winter coat! This looks like a good place to take a break.
(Yes - that is indeed the 59th Street Bridge..feelin' groovey!)
Due agrees to join me for a little downtime. The Moms can just wait until we catch our collected breath.
OK. Good to go!
I think a leisurely sidewalk cafe brunch should become a standard part of our Sundays. We got home in plenty of time for me to take a nap before dinner. Mom had enough time to get the laundry done and straighten up the apartment so we could start another week rested, relaxed and collected!
So what are your Sunday routines?