Shabbat Is Simple
Shabbat is one of the most simple days of the work for me, at the moment. There’s almost nothing I HAVE to do on Friday night / Saturday until sundown. (Yes, I’m one of those who does the Sabbath on Friday / Saturday – there’s a whole debate that could be had about when one is Biblically commanded to observe the Sabbath, but, well, it’s a day of rest so I’m going to pass on that debate 😉
I’m sitting at coffee clatch (a group gathering every Saturday night), thinking how I feel I really did get today “right”. It was a day of rest. Kat and I ate two meals outside of the house (which means I didn’t have to cook, but, someone else was suffered to cook – that last part is also against some of the Shabbat rules, depending on who’s translation of the rules you go by.) We watched some TV. She had a chance go to take a “Hot Yoga” class, and I took a nap.
Seriously, this is a day of rest. Heck, you know what? In honor of that, I’m going to even make this entry short 🙂