Today is Good Friday, which is observed by Christians on the Friday before Easter Sunday. On this day Christians commemorate the suffering, and death on the cross of Jesus Christ. Based on that, I wonder why its called "Good" Friday? There are various theories about it really being "God Friday" or the fact that it lead to the resurrection which, apparently, was good.
I happen to think that every Friday is good. There is something about a Friday evening that is so satisfying. I love that first half an hour when you get in from work and collapse on the sofa with a cup of tea or a glass of wine (or both). The knowledge that you have 2 days where you won't be rocket-propelled into consciousness at 6AM by the alarm clock. Knowing that you have time to read, or snooze or watch the Weather Channel. That "Friday feeling" almost makes it worth working 5 days a week.