Like what I said in my previous post, Monday was a good day. It's that period of Sunday afternoon, Sunday night and early Monday morning that seems to be the hardest for me. Maybe it's the anticipation of another week, when I already felt behind in my previous week that makes me really stressed out around that time.
Yesterday afternoon as I was getting ready to go home and I was locking up the gate to our office, I looked up the sky and saw a faint rainbow. As I stared upon it, I was reminded of God's promises to us. Sometimes, it the midst of trouble and stressful life, we lose sight of this rainbow. But the truth is, it's there. Sometimes it's so faint we can't see it. But it's there.
Yesterday at dawn, after I posted my "mental health day" post, I actually went back to sleep. I was able to get another 2 hours of sleep before I got up 6:30 am to get ready for work. That additional 2 hours of sleep did wonders. My body needed that. My roller coaster week were like that of prophet Elijah on I Kings 19 - there were really some high highs and some low lows that it just made me tired...and God wanted me to rest.
And so here I am on Tuesday morning with a renewed disposition. I hope you all have a good today today. And if the day does not turn as you would want it to be, remember that a faint rainbow is still a rainbow, and God's promises stand no matter how you feel.