So, here goes.
Sometimes you just need…
…a night off. Thankfully, I don’t have to work tonight. It probably would’ve been boring anyway, given that there’s a football game tonight… But I really needed time off. I only worked two days this week (and all day tomorrow), but still. Oh, and I had work study Wednesday. And Youth Group Wednesday night. And granted, I’m home alone a lot due to schedules, but I really just need tonight to do nothing. No homework (my paper is NOT due tonight, as I originally thought, but I typed out most of it anyway), just the good ol’ laptop, TV and maybe some popcorn—and potentially falling asleep in front of the TV. =P
…to chat. I ran into a gal I rarely ever talk to anymore and took a few minutes out of my hectic morning to talk. In a crowded hallway. With just minutes before class started. But this friend has been struggling, and so I wanted to catch up a little. I’m crossing my fingers that she can come over for lunch or something next weekend.
…to cry. I haven’t yet, but I’m coming close. Sunday is the 22-month anniversary of my BF M’s accident. I’m getting up early to be at church at 8, and I practiced the second service songs with the singers last night (I help run the screen sometimes), and I have a feeling “Healer” is going to make me cry. First service, maybe. Different songs. Second service most likely. “How He Loves,” and maybe a few others, too.
…to sing along with the radio! Oh, let me tell you. I belted Mandisa, Sanctus, and at least two others on my way to and from class today. Even when battling a cold/sinus infection, I sing. I don’t sing well to begin with, but I do it. I sang along at practice last night, too. 🙂
…to be reminded of authority. This morning’s Devo questions were on 2 Timothy 3:16, and the questions were about what it means for the Bible to be “God-breathed” or “inspired” AND what the world and you yourself would be like without the Bible.
…to laugh. I informed my dad as we began doing the dishes toinght that I’d made more orange juice today, and metioned that in addition to stirring with a spoon, I shook the container, too. And what does Dad do? Starts belting Elvis, of course! Also today my sister’s glasses came in, and I heard Dad say they made her look intelligent. What, like she wasn’t already? Lol!
I’m also really digging The Glorious Unseen. I get to see them LIVE next week!!