Where do you do your best sits?
We all love a good sit. LOL I remember that episode with the Simpsons where Homer and Burns sitting at the cottage during a snow in.
I do my best sitting on the couch with my feet up on the coffee table.
I have been going to the Hollywood Bowl during the rehearsals. I go to the very top of the amphitheater and take off my shoes - I'd say its some pretty good sitting
During the summer when the breeze is light and the sun is not to hot, I love to sit in my backyard lounge chair with a good book. It is just super relaxing...if the sun is to hot I open my umbrella and sit in the shade for a ten minute nap. Feel so much better for the rest of the day:)
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