Lazy Days...What Can I Do With Them?

Today was a really lazy day for me. I've been home sick. I was supposed to help at a car wash fundraiser for our volleyball team, but it was rainy outside and I was already sick and didn't want to get sicker. I was supposed to spend the night at a friend's house, but I got sick (and so did her and her dad). You know, sometimes I fall in the trap of thinking that some things aren't fair. But you know what? We live in a very sinful world. Things are not always going to be fair. And what good would pouting do (I need to remember this one myself!)? You know what I thought today? I thought something like, Today is a lazy day...what can I do with it that's useful? I don't think I did much useful stuff today, but it gets you thinking. Am I just going to waste another day? What can I be doing with this day? Will this free time give me more God-time? How can I benefit and help others benefit from this lazy day?

Good ideas for lazy days:
Spend time with God and family.
Bake cookies for an old folk's home or just for one of your neighbors.
Pray about things that are on your heart.
Make a friendship scrapbook, recipe book, or a notebook filled with Bible verses and notes to give to a friend or family member going through a hard time.
Make jewelry to sell for a good cause or give to one of your friends.
Take pictures around the house of things or people you love and put them in a notebook or scrapbook, or email them to a friend.

Ask God what to do on your lazy day...He surely knows!

lexi  – (October 11, 2010 at 1:28 PM)  

Wonderful post, Talia! Yeah, I have lazy days a lot, so this post really helped. Sorry you were sick!

Talia DeAndrea  – (October 11, 2010 at 7:35 PM)  

Thanks for commenting, Lex!!! I have lots of lazy days too (when we're not busy)! Thank you very much! how are you doing? love you,
God bless you! XOXO

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