I was hanging up my wash this gorgeously sunny day and I was pondering the play we attended last night.
Though the play was written in the 30's . . . somehow we had never seen it.
Somehow, it is still relevant today.
We enjoyed the play so much .. laughed ourselves silly.
The cast did a fantastic job for opening night.
Don't you just love it when you hear, read or see something that only deepens your value system?
Though the play was a comedy and the characters were all hilarious,
I could easily see an excellent life lesson.
I'm sure that everyone who sees the play will come out with a different lightbulb moment. .
My beloved and I again said. .
we are so thankful that we committed in our lives to take Sundays or one day a week to rest from the things that can wait until tomorrow.
As farmers we absolutely need to tend the hens. . .
but we don't need to clean out the barns. . .
We live in a world where we take pride in our busyness, but feel tremendous guilt when we say that we relaxed.
We should not be living in a state of perpetual hurry.
If you are spinning your wheels ..
exhausted and weary. .
attend church this weekend. .
kick back and rest.
(okay and maybe sit on a park bench and eat ice cream). . .
there now how can you resist?
Have a wonderful weekend. . .