jet·lag (jĕt’lăg’) n. A temporary disruption of bodily rhythms caused by high-speed travel across several time zones typically in a jet aircraft.
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For those who read my daily blog, please accept my apology. Jet lag has beaten me down and finally conquered me. I am wiped out.
At the present time, I am only able to sleep in 1-2 hour segments, and in many cases those segments hit me in the middle of the day. So, once again, please accept my apologies for not writing something for you each day this week.
I must take time to prepare for a very difficult funeral on Thursday, followed by our annual Maundy Thursday service at 7:00 PM. And then there is Resurrection Day that awaits my attention.
Perhaps I will be back to a regular routine by early next week with more stories from my trip to China.