Sunday, May 4, 2008
Etymology: Middle English sabat, from Anglo-French & Old English, from Latin sabbatum, from Greek sabbaton, from Hebrew shabbāth, literally, rest.
Date: before 12th century
1 a: the seventh day of the week observed from Friday evening to Saturday evening as a day of rest and worship by Jews and some Christians
b: Sunday observed among Christians as a day of rest and worship.
2: a time of rest.
Hummm......I'm hoping that at some point today....after church we can have a bit of a "Sabbath REST".....but I am sort of doubting it. Blah!
I may be able to catch a small nap during the course of the day. Hopefully......
I have to go look for modest "bathing suits" with and for
"Miss Priss" after church.....summer's in our lap and it's time to swim now.
I KNOW this shopping event will be a nightmare.
I am all about some rest though. It's another busy week starting tomorrow which is "Cinco de Mayo" I might add.