What I Did This Week, no. 31
what should I say?
I think I might make this another short entry.
This week began with church, as usual, gathered around the amazing mysteries of God—His gifts. A potluck lunch followed, and the voters’ meeting. I thought it might be a short meeting, and it was, mostly. I was still tired and sore from the events of last week, so the rest of the day was spent mostly vegetative.
Monday was unusual in that I was called into work, so it wasn’t my day off.
I did spend the rest of the week according to my usual schedule. Tuesday was normal. Wednesday was normal, though the Confessions Study was something of a review as the folks that missed the session before attended this week, and those that were there before missed this week. Thursday started off especially early, as I didn’t check my alarm clock, and Tirzah had changed the time zone to Eastern; I didn’t notice how early I was up until I was almost to Breakfast Bible Study...2 hours early. When I finally got back to the office, I wrote the sermon. It feels like something is a little off about it.
I turned Friday into my day off. I washed and waxed the car that day. Saturday was spent doing some other cleaning, specifically the inside of the car. It was a couple of days of added soreness and fatigue.