There is something valuable in doing nothing. I can’t remember the last time when I wasn’t sick or on vacation that I didn’t do any work for two days in one week.
Normally, I am working on a sidejob on my house or church stuff on any free time.
Thursday, Cassie and I went to her sister’s inlaws for lunch, then we spent the rest of the afternoon at her parents watching football and playing pool.
I went into Meyer at 11a on Friday. And today. Well, today Cassie and I slept in. When we woke up, we checked the weather and decided not to use our free tickets to the KU/MU game. We ran some errands and listened to the 1st qtr in the car. As kU continued to lead the game we decided to brave the weather and be there to engage in the rock chalk chant.
We arrived to the game with a litlle over 1 min left in the 3rd qtr. MY came back and took the lead with 1:44 left in the game but miraculously KU pulled it out and won.
The ironic thing about this victory is that we were in the MU fan seats. Kudos to the MU fans who had fun with us and were very cordial, even though they outnumbered Cassie and in 2000-1.
These last couple of days I’ve been thinking about the commandment to remember the Sabbath. What should my Sabbaths look like since I technically work on Sundays?
Should I be more intentional about having a day to rest and remember What God has done?