Sunday Is Here

It is another Sunday morning of waking up at 4am because I slept too much Friday night and Saturday. This is life with chronic illness. The medicine I take once a week to be able to function wipes me out by Friday afternoon, so I do things like sleep 12 hours Friday night, take a power nap Saturday afternoon, and then only sleep five hours Saturday night.

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As I write, I realize another nap will be in store this afternoon, so I can go to a Ukrainian church this evening. By tomorrow, I will be ready to go.

Even with this weekly occurrence, Sunday mornings are something I look forward to. It is time to see some friends at church and worship together. Today might even necessitate a burger and then a coffee shop visit before a nap. It is all such a whirlwind of activity. 🙂

What are your Sunday plans?

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

18 thoughts on “Sunday Is Here

  1. My plans are attending worship service, relax afterwards until 5:30 Zoom call with sisters-in-Christ living in Jamaica. Enjoy your day.

  2. Due to my autoimmune illness, I will be watching my pastor via YouTube. I am still in the healing process and have to stay away from large crowds of people and be cautious of germs. I can relate to the sleepiness!!

    Enjoy your Sunday.

  3. I wanted to go to church (It is Sunday evening here now) but could not attend because my son has fever.

    Take care, brother. May you have good strength physically and mentally after every sleep/nap you have.
    God bless you.

  4. Going to a Ukrainian church sounds great. So does having a burger and a coffee later. We are just resting today. I am very tired today after working yesterday. I slept in until noon, and now I’m just relaxing in my recliner watching a movie. I will probably take a nap too. So thankful for the blessing of rest. Have a great time at church. God bless!

    1. Yes it is. I don’t teach tomorrow morning and can sleep late, so if I have the energy this afternoon I will visit a Hispanic church and then the Ukrainian church

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