Well, I made it-- it’s finally FRIDAY!
Honestly based on the way I was feeling, I thought Friday would never come again. It’s not even a terrible sickness, more of just an overall exhaustion.
What better way to kick off my weekend then to work a 13-hour shift? Tomorrow is the annual ‘Coming Out With Pride’ festival at Lake Eola. Patten leather and rainbow attire will be worn by all attending. It’s definitely a must see. Last year I made shirts for the girls but due to the humidity, my iron on letters lasted only about 30 minutes. This year we are each going to wear different colored shirts that make up the rainbow to show our support. In past years, we have been the target for some rather unwanted sexual advances so here’s to hoping they realize we are supporting and not participating!
Once again, I have nothing planned for the remainder of my weekend. To be honest, doing nothing is exactly what I want to do right now. I do however see myself laying pool side with a Mich Ultra bottle to start off my Sunday. Did I mention that I see that every weekend and it has never happened?
One last thing that I want to share..
Meet Joyce Meyer
Meet Joyce Meyer
I’ll be the first to admit that I am the worst at attending church, partly because my parents never made it a priority when growing up and partly because I always have something that is ‘more important’ then waking up at 7AM on a Sunday to attend service. Luckily, one of my girlfriends introduced me to the app Daily Bible. Joyce Meyer has daily sermons that only take up about 30 minutes of my time. Whenever i'm driving, sitting at home, doing laundry or just waking up in the morning, I put on the podcast and listen to her devotions. No matter what your faith, you can always find the best life lessons from them. Overall, I just feel like being a better person when I finish, which is never a bad thing. So, if you are on-the-go and feel as if you just don't have the time to make it to church, then I would recommend this to you-- I promise she will not disappoint.
I leave you with something she said on one of the first devotions I tuned into.
"Wisdom always chooses to do now what it will be satisfied with later on"
Makes sense, huh?
Have a magnificent weekend :)