Why We Should Add Three More Sundays to the Days of the Week

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The word “Sunday” rolls off my tongue slowly, like I’m still learning how to pronounce it. It takes a while to adjust to Sunday’s slow tempo, after dealing with a fast-paced workweek. But, when I get used to it, I love the slow dances Sundays and I share.

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