Those who are Christians are entering the holiest time of the religious year. Of course, Christmas is the birth of the savior but would mean nothing if the lamb wasn't sacrificed for our sins. Many would see Good Friday as a sad, somber day, which, it could be, except those that believe know the outcome will be the resurrection on Easter Sunday.
I thank the Lord for my religion; not all believe. I just do. I don't always live the way I should. If I get too far off, I'm reeled back in. I'm probably a wayward child and have God shaking his head many times.
I won't dwell on this day as those that believe know the significance of Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday.
I will mention that my cell phone is going back tomorrow. The pictures are so terrible. I'm not happy with the ring tones or the sound...it squeaks occasionally. I didn't want a picture phone but since I got one, now I would like to have a good one. Want and need...don't need it; want it so I will get it since I do have the money to upgrade a bit. I'm not talking extravagant but I will test them in the store and find one that fits my budget and needs. I took it to work today and took some pics of my friends on our way to Chinese for lunch. LOL...were they terrible. We couldn't even tell which person was which. So, Lisa Jo, since you asked, there will be no pics from my phone on here. I haven't even opened the disc to download them.
Work actually went fast today. I had a run in with the female assistant who didn't promote me. I usually avoid her but it was impossible today. It was leading toward me not being particularly efficient at what I do and losing track of a certain folder. I stood my ground and made my point very effectively. She probably didn't like it but, hey, she has no intention of promoting me anyway. Besides, I knew what I was talking about. I felt like the old song "Harper Valley PTA." Sock it to em, Chrissy.......enough is enough.
Have a great evening...I am going out tonight; not tomorrow night. I guess you can do that on Good Friday. I grew up with Good Friday being a day of somberness and reflection. Some things sort of stick in the back of this old mind.