re·lax - to reduce or stop work, effort, application, etc., esp. for the sake of rest or recreation.
I love days like today.
Days where I have nothing planned and nothing I have to do.
I have no appointments, no lists and no pressing tasks.
The house is reasonably clean (except for the never-ending muddy footprints left by 5 dogs and their endless journey in and out of the house) and the laundry is mostly done. The pantry is stocked and the fridge is full.
We are expecting a decent snowfall and I have nothing more pressing to do than watch it tumble down outside while I'm inside the warmth of my house.
I can spend the entire day reading and not feel guilty. (Which is a good thing because I'm finishing this and this and just got this in the mail yesterday!)
I can bake cookies, fix a big dinner, or take a hot bath and lounge around in bed all day.
The world is my oyster today.
And it feels good.