Sunday with Leona Lewis: “I’m far from home, so reggae is heartwarming” | Leona lewis
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Describe your Sunday morning I kinda like to nap – as much as you can with four dogs hopping on the bed and asking for attention. I’m going to cook a late breakfast – pancakes or scrambled tofu – then I’m going to relax. Play music, drink coffee, walk the dogs. Easy.
What is playing? Reggae, always, like with my family. It puts me in a relaxed mood, reassures me with nostalgia. In LA I’m far from home, so reggae is heartwarming. As Bob Marley said: Everything will be fine.
How do you relax I like being in nature, so I go for long walks in the canyons. The week is manic; I cherish the disconnection. Grandmother was very Christian – it was her god day. In my own way, I consider Sunday to be sacred.
A special Sunday? The day my goddaughter was baptized; one of my best friend’s first children. It was filled with love and emotion. There’s this picture of me holding it tight. It was so special. I am a godmother three times – without children, everyone gives me this responsibility.
Sunday lunch? I like cooking. I’m half Guyanese, so my roasts are a bit eclectic. I will make the traditional garnishes, but with a West Indian sauce. It’s spicy with anything I can find in the kitchen. My British friends here on the west coast love to join us; Americans sometimes wonder why I keep making Thanksgiving dinners for them in the summer.
Sunday night? We might be watching a movie, but I’m in bed at 10:30 a.m. I recently bought a head massager and started giving myself some love with him the last thing in the evening. Apparently it’s good for headaches, hair growth, and brain stimulation. I try to keep my phone in the living room overnight to keep my mind clear, but I’ll probably watch some dog videos on TikTok before I sleep.
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