Words matter. These are the best Sundays Quotes from famous people such as John Madden, Skip Bayless, Kenneth Cranham, Norah O’Donnell, Adam Thielen, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I have this set-up at my house where I have one big movie theater screen that’s 9 ft. by 16 ft. Then, I have nine 63-inch monitors around it; four on either side and one underneath. So I get all nine one o’clock games, and I can switch them onto the big screen. That’s what I do on the Sundays during the season.
I didn’t have a curfew and always slept at friends’ houses, but on Sundays, Mom dragged me to church. It was the best thing she did for me. I was moved just to be there and to feel God had a plan for me.
When I was in Lochgelly as a boy, I went to the cinema every night – and on Sundays, I used to go to Cowdenbeath and see something there.
As a working mom, I struggle to find time to work out and go for runs. I usually run two to three times a week and work out with a trainer once a week. I try to go for a longer run on Sundays.
For me, Thursday night football is a great time for me to enjoy the game with my family, as I’m not able to watch as much on Sundays.
On the ‘Face the Nation’ platform we are pretty consistently talking to White House officials most Sundays.
In the cold and snow-rich Silesian winters, there were hour-long rides on Sundays in horse-drawn sleighs to my maternal grandparent’s farm to have lunch and to spend the afternoon. The house was a magnificent 18th-century manor house in the nearby Altgabel with a great hall that was decorated with hunting trophies.
Sundays tend to be a day where just I do nothing but visit people. It’s kind of like trick-or-treating.
I actually find stretching so therapeutic. Sundays are my cardio and core days and I always have 15 mins stretch before.
I always go to church on Sundays and Bible study on Tuesdays.
Anything I do in life, I always want to work hard, play hard and so I’m still drinking my wine, I’m still eating my McDonald’s on Sundays, but I am working hard through the week.
I work every single day, even on Sundays.
Sunday is the one day I keep reminding myself that I should lay around and take it easy, but because I am O.C.D. and an extreme multitasker, I find it hard to get lazy. I love Sundays for painting because it’s quieter; the gallery is closed, and there are no interruptions.
I’m really into antiques. But really into it because of my father, who got me into them in the first place. He’s an interior designer and he’s really into going to antique shows and getting up really early on Sundays and driving out to these weird little towns north of Hamilton.
I would go visit my mom on Sundays, and my brother was working on stuff. I’d go in there and sing a little melody, then we started working with words and the next thing you know it was just born organically without really trying.
I get to eat what I want on Sundays. You still can have a cheat day up to two weeks before the fight.
I practice so hard, Sundays are easy.
That’s what I’ve always tried to do. I’ve always tried to prepare the same. I’ve always just tried to keep the same routine throughout the season and go out there and try to be consistent on Sundays.
By the time we woke up on Sundays, my dad would have left home to get mutton. It was a kind of stew with thick gravy that my mother used to make in a pressure cooker. Even after the mutton was over, the cooker would still have some masala left. I used to polish it off with some rice.
Sundays are great for a lie in, a read of the papers, a potter around at home and then brunch, which is normally cheese on toast!
I try to not work too many Sundays. At least on Sunday nights, I try to chill out a little bit. I call it Sunday Funday.
Sundays are for Dim Sum. While the rest of America goes to church, Sunday School, or NFL games, you can find Chinese people eating Cantonese food.
On Sundays, I just love to go to church and then relax the whole day!
I mean, when I was growing up, my family was always into racing. So, we’d always have the TV on on Sundays watching the Cup races or whatever, and ultimately I kinda thought about wanting to become a race car driver. I thought it would be cool to get paid to do what you love to do most.
Religion was quite a thing in our house – we were Baptists. Some Sundays I went to church three times. If there was a talk on missionary work in the afternoon, I could be there all bloody day. But religion took its first big knock after Dad died.
When I’m in town on Sundays, I sometimes go down to the Central Bar in the East Village to watch English football. But my natural inclination now is to get in the car with my wife and kids and get out of town.
More and more people work on Sundays as a consequence of the competitiveness imposed by a consumer society.
For a lot of lads, they grow up going to matches with fathers or mates. Those Saturday or Sundays where you head over to the stadium probably with a scarf on – knowing every word, every clap and every pause to the supporters’ chants.
I’ve been dealing with the Special Olympics since I was young. On Sundays I used to go help monitor little soccer practices.
Some Sundays, I read it quickly – other Sundays, I savor it. I generally spend most of my time in ‘The New York Times Book Review,’ ‘Sunday Business,’ ‘Sunday Review,’ and ‘The New York Times Magazine.’ I turn all the other pages, only stopping when I find a headline that interests me.
That’s still the greatest high, that feeling of being in control of 2,000 people. It’s me and them, and I like the odds. It’s not even so much the funny. It’s getting them quiet. In the quiet moments in ‘700 Sundays,’ I just really love that they’re getting moved.
As a punt returner in the NFL, I know all about teamwork, high-speeds, and collisions on Sundays.
I think it’s acceptable to eat custard on Sundays.
I’ve always been the locker-room jokester, the fun guy, the guy who keeps it loose and easy. But also, on Sundays, the guy in that huddle jumping up and down, telling guys, ‘Hey, get it going. Let’s go.’ Firing everybody up. So I’m part relaxation therapist and part Red Bull.
I usually train twice a day, and Thursdays and Sundays are supposed to be my days off. But even on those days, I’m training at least once. I have to do at least one session each day to be happy.
I love playing on Sundays.
Let me tell you a story about when I was growing up in Spain. Many Sundays, we would invite 30, 40, 50 people to the countryside, and my father would make a big paella. He put me in charge of the fire and the ‘stove’ – the rocks that hold the pan. But he wouldn’t let me cook. I got so unbelievably upset.
When I look back at the church I grew up in, I realise that nothing about its behaviour was very Christian. It was just a social club on Sundays where people would meet up with their mates.
On Sundays, that’s my pig out day and I do the pizza and the beer.
Everyone wants to dream about playing on Sundays, but does everyone want to work to get there? And once you get there, are you thankful, or are you just happy to be there? What’s your next step? What’s your next plan? Me? I want to be great.
I love the idea of getting up early on Sundays and walking to the market to pick up fresh fruits and vegetables. It’s a good way to start my day, and it makes me feel like I’ve accomplished something before other people are even awake.
I worked in WH Smiths on Sloane Square and my first boss was a woman called June. My shift was half a day on Saturdays, and nine to six on Sundays. I was in and out of the place and only turned up when I wanted to.
I always watched football on Saturdays and never did homework. On Sundays I had to do my homework. I didn’t get a chance to watch games.
I studied all about Gauguin. He was a banker. He was a banker who – he used to paint on Sundays. And one day he hated himself for painting on Sundays.
Waffle House is my childhood thing. We used to go there on Sundays or weekends every now and then with my family. It’s just good, Southern, home-cooked food, and that’s what I love.
I use Palmers Coconut Oil for my skin. My hair routine is thorough: I hot-oil my hair every two Sundays after games, top it up with coconut oil every third day, and deep condition my hair every two days.
In winter I go skiing on Saturdays and Sundays when the slopes are quieter due to changeover day for tourists, and in summer I hike up into the mountains at sunset, just as the village is settling down to dinner.
I remember how my mother would bring us to chapel on Sundays… and my father used to wait outside. One of the things that I picked up from my father and my mother was the sense that religion often gets in the way of God. For me, at least, it got in the way.
Whenever I have time, I do my fitness. I go running on my own on Sundays or on Eid. I’d rather gym every day than go watch movies.
Sundays are church and more family time. Sunday evenings I try to organize myself for the week ahead.
Unlike other Jewish families, we didn’t go out for Chinese food on Sundays, but we spent our time in a world of baking powder biscuits and the best shrimp cocktails that ever were.
Cajuns eat Italian on Sundays.
The little platoon of the black community is the church. Our Christian faith is based on individual freedom from sin and the personal decision to find spiritual liberty that leads to a better life here on Earth and for eternity. On Sundays in America, the most conservative people can be found in black churches.
All my life, Sundays have been a working day.
My restaurant, Tex Wasabi’s, we have a whole ‘Minute to Win It’ challenge going on on Sundays already. The show hasn’t even aired and they’re already doing challenges where people are coming and participating. I think it’s going to take over.
NFL cheerleading is harder than most people think. They train up to six hours every day with games on Sundays. They gave me a great work ethic.
When I was in college, I used to love to watch football on Sundays.
I did grow up next door to Steve McQueen, who was a very famous movie star at the time, but as a kid it didn’t impress me. We always had great fun with him. He would take us out on Sundays on his motorcycles, riding around in the desert; he was like a second father.
Usually on Sundays, I won’t cook because I’ll have dinner at my mom’s. She’s the provost of Mills College in Oakland and lives on campus. It’s a very beautiful school in a very bad part of town.
We put a lot of pride into our work, and to have it show on Sundays is a testament to all the work we’ve put in.
Apparently, in the olden days, nawabs would get bored with their cooks very quickly and throw them out. All of them set up shop in a place called Bawarchi Tola. That’s how royal food came to the streets. I started hanging around there. That’s when I realised food is a lot more than just cooking on Sundays.
I watch NFL football on Sundays. I enjoy gaming with friends, meaning role-playing games; I still enjoy going to conventions and traveling.
Dad was known for his barbecues at weekends and bubble and squeak on Sundays. We’d all have to set the table and clear the table. We had our own seats, totally structured.
I didn’t have cable growing up. The only games I saw were the NBA on Sundays and the NBA Finals.
I eat porridge all week, but Sundays are for something more exciting. I make a mean fry-up – to be honest that’s pretty much all I can cook.
Sundays in France have a different atmosphere to other days, with fewer phone calls, no postman, no delivery men and no one banging on the door.
If I go racing tomorrow and I have five rides that all get beaten, all I want to do is get out there the next day and put it right. I hate having Sundays off; I hate having any day off.
I live for Sundays. I live for Mondays. I live for Thursdays.
On Sundays when I speak, I hopefully give somebody something that they can use the next day at work or at home.
You know, my dad wasn’t a photographer or filmmaker by profession, but on Sundays, he would take pictures of me and my family or his pals horseback riding, and it was a means of communication and affection, a means of not being so dysfunctional with each other.
I definitely have a relationship with God for myself, and yes I grew up that way, and I choose to keep the relationship that way. It’s real; that’s my balance. Sundays, I was in church, and Monday through Friday, I was with the knuckleheads having a little fun.
Sundays are a day for recuperation and family.
When I play in Atlantic City, I perform Tuesdays through Sundays for two weeks, and I have 91-percent attendance. No one else plays six days a week, two shows per night, and does that kind of business.
It is true that the Puritans banned all recreation on Sundays and all games of chance, gambling, bear baiting, horse racing, and bowling in or around taverns at all times. They did so, not because they were opposed to fun, but because they judged these activities to be inherently harmful or immoral.
I love anything paneer! Our family favorite, however, is ‘Dal Dhokli,’ a quintessential Gujarati dish of bread dumplings and lentil soup. That’s the big meal of the week typically prepared by my mother on Sundays.
Sundays are the one day of the week I might cook for myself.
I work in the studio all day, and then I go for a walk with my dog, listening to music on headphones. And Saturday and Sundays, work is strictly out of bounds. It has to be.