Friday’s are like super amazing for me. No doubt that this day of the week isn’t long awaited for most of the population. I wake up early Friday mornings giving God some praise and worship, I do a clean sweep throughout my house making sure that it’s tidy and I even wash a load of laundry and make sure my daughter is prepared for day care. When I get off from work I really go into full Molly the Maid-mode, from room to room I make sure every thing is where it should be, simply because I want my Saturdays and Sundays to be hassle-free and on one of those days, I’m going to rest, even if it’s just a few hours. While I try to keep this routine established, it sometimes gets thwarted with other responsibilities and events that require my attention, and that’s fine and dandy too. I make sure to dedicate some time on the weekend for my daughter, just her and I. We go for walks, sit in the grass in the park or go shopping. She’s an outdoorsy kinda kid, I can tell already, shoot most kids are outdoorsy. She likes to be out in public and I can tell that she’s happy because she’s always looking around and kicking her legs. She does fight with me when I have to put her back her car seat because her view becomes limited to the outside world whisking past her at 45mph. On Fridays I manage to get most of my bills paid online and I even squeeze in a lil’ grocery shopping so that I can whip something up in the kitchen. Friday evenings, I may get lost in Trader Joes or Whole Foods. It’s easy to lose yourself in Co-Ops, ya know… reading labels and stuff. I’m totally looking forward to the weekend, even though there are no major plans just yet, I am however, grateful that my work week in corporate america is coming to an end and it’s FRIDAY! How do you spend your Fridays?
“This is the day that the Lord has made, rejoice and be glad in in.” – Psalms 118:24
Always. Radiant. Everyday