Dusk moves in late Friday afternoon. The sun’s rays fade from golden to pink, palest orange, and lavender as it sets in the western sky. Cooler air signaling day’s end brushes lightly against our skin. Sweet relief—even if momentary—tiptoes into our work-weary psyches.
In spite of the overgrown lawn, overfull laundry hamper, handprints on the walls, sandy kitchen floor, and piles of paperwork, it’s important to remember that the week has ended.
During the next two days, can you join me and create a time for yourself, for your family, and for your friends to relax, rest, and renew your body, mind, and spirit?