The kind of image I want to keep on my mind this month (courtesy of my dad).
Anyway, this next month all I have to do is keep up with my low-key online course and clean and organize the apartment. I'm going to keep any big commitments at a minimum and try to relax as much as possible. I'll also be able to spend a lot more time in the Word - which I'm greatly looking forward to!! Hopefully a month of mild laziness will bring my body back up to speed. And that's the trick right? Laziness is always seen as such a terrible thing, and I've even posted on this blog about how laziness can catch us in it's terrible web and suck away our productivity and get-up-and-go. But I believe there truly is a time and a place for laziness, certainly not a hardcore laziness that is warned against in Proverbs, but a laziness that relaxes our minds, souls, and bodies, so that we can get back to feeling physically normal and able to actually spend time with others while 100% of ourselves.
So here's to laziness, in it's most productive form. A restful laziness of time with God and working on myself so that I can be the most of who I am :-)