The Sunday Currently, Volume 19


Rainy Sunday morning

All day Friday through Saturday afternoon, Daniel and I were at our church for The Blue Conference. This fantastic conference focused on faith in the workplace and using your vocation as your way of contributing to God’s work on earth. It was fascinating. I’ll be writing a post of the the incredible line up of speakers and the highlights from the event soon.

The conference was definitely the highlight of the week. I had an very hard few days at work physically and emotionally. Part of it was because I had to work harder Monday through Thursday so that I could take off Friday, but there were many other factors that made it completely draining. As a result, I missed my main post of the week (which usually goes up Thursday or Friday). I definitely don’t want this to become a habit, but I can’t be too hard on myself. April 15th (the end of the busiest time of the year for me) cannot get here fast enough.


Reading  The Cuckoo’s Calling. I’m not far (read paragraph above), but I’m definitely drawn into the story!

Writing  my main post for this week in order to avoid having to miss it again

Listening  to Grey’s Anatomy. Catching up on a couple shows on this rainy morning.

Thinking  about how grateful I am for a much-needed slow Sunday morning even if I do have a lot of work to get through this afternoon

Smelling  my coffee

Wishing  for April 16th!

Hoping  for a productive afternoon that will make Monday a little easier

Wearing  pajamas

Loving  that I can check off cleaning the apartment on my weekend to-do list

Wanting  to wake up! I’m feeling very groggy this morning.

Needing  to get outside today, even if it’s raining

Feeling  slow and groggy

Clicking  Bloglovin’ and a couple of restaurant reviews of potential anniversary dinner spots in Paris

Enjoy your day!

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2 thoughts on “The Sunday Currently, Volume 19

  1. You’re almost done with the busy season! My sister is an accountant (although she only does taxes for family and close friends now; she’s a stay-at-home mom) and my mom and I have both worked for an accountant so I’m always thinking about tax season at this time of year as it was such a big part of our lives for awhile. :) Hopefully this week will be better. That event you went to at church sounds really fascinating!

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