TGIF

Good morning! 

This past week was the first week of school for many. It was for me. πŸ™‚ There are always kinks to work out that first week…parents understanding the rules, teachers getting a feel for their students, students getting  a feel for the teachers and school in general (especially for our 3 year olds), snacks and lunches and backpacks and school supplies being remembered, car line etiquette put into place, bus pick ups running smoothly, bed times established after a summer of leisure. These are just to name a few. The list goes on. Just getting into the swing of things, a routine, is somewhat taxing. 

It is probably the most stressful and hectic week of school all year.

Today is the last work day of the week (for most of us). It’s almost the weekend!  Time for rest and relaxation! TGIF! β™‘

I do love my Fridays! β™‘ Fridays are the end to my work week. Five days and one night. The beginning of my weekend. The night the man I love comes back into town. My Friday night dinner date. β™‘ The best part of my week! 

Not that I don’t love my job! The kids. β™‘ Believe me, I do! And my family and friends. 

There’s just something about Fridays.  πŸ™‚ 

I love Friday night football.  Especially once the air gets crisp and cool. When you can snuggle under a blanket and drink hot chocolate and cheer for your favorite local team. 

How about you? How do you spend your Fridays?  Do you take time to rest? 

Let’s all come to Jesus for our true sense of rest. When our burdens are heavy, He will give us rest. From all that overwhelms us. Not just on Fridays,  or weekends, but every day. Let’s all truly thank God for our Fridays!  And our Saturdays and every other day of the week!

I pray each of you truly enjoys and finds purpose in your work. And by the time Friday rolls around, finds enjoyment in your weekends as well. For a little rest and refreshment for the weary. 

TGIF! πŸ™‚ Here’s to a great weekend for all! πŸ™‚

  Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Matthew 11:28

Love and laughter, 

Sandy

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