One of the first things I learned when I came to the United States was TGIF. Here they like to use letters for different things. There is a restaurant called TGIFriday’s. I thought that is what TGIF stood for. No, it means people are happy the work-week is almost over and they can have a fun (hopefully) weekend.
T Thank G God I it’s F Friday
I would say, IIAF! Is it already Friday? I need double the size of a week! I’ve been working 10 hours a day on the project for orphans and children at risk and however I make my calculations it seems I’m not going to make the deadline. I get caught up in thinking about these children and it takes me “forever” to get a lesson done. “Forever” is stretching it a bit. But you get what I mean, don’t you?
The highlight of the week has been the snow. We don’t get so much snow in this area. Look at the map and you will see where I live. The heaviest snow fell in the Kansas area.
The pictures are taken from my windows. The morning it snowed the most I took 50 pictures! I must be crazy. I love pictures and I love snow!
Now I have my friend Marcia here and she will go with me to do some errands. I have saved everything for today, so I have someone to help me. My feet are not very stable, so I have to be extra careful in wintery weather.
I hope you have a good day and a good weekend. When Monday comes around, guess what I’ll say? TGIM! Thank God It’s Monday! I can’t wait for the new workweek to start!