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Wow... it's Friday. Another week has gone by.
I leave tomorrow to fly back down to FL. No imminent return date.
This is it, people.
I will be really starting my new life in SW Florida.
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If you don't normally follow this here blog, then you have missed all the action about my pilgrimage to Italy. So you don't feel left out, please check them out:
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Um, I start my new job in a little over a week.
While this is really exciting and I am ready to act like a real adult again,
I am nervous. New hospital. New people. New technology.
I made my appointment for all the new-hire paperwork for Monday.
It's really happening.
God is so good.
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Because I have been home, I have been able to see friends that I hadn't seen in a while.
I started my week off by seeing an amazing family that I met while their daughter was in the hospital.
They are a beautiful, devout, Catholic family. So inspiring.
I was also able to meet up with a good friend I worked with for coffee. It's like no time had passed at all. I just love that.
I also had dinner with two ladies that were my old bosses who are now good friends.
I hope having a week filled with people from my old job is only a sign of what's to come with my new one.
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God and I have had some really great prayer time.
I was expressing to a friend the other day how I have had such a sense of clarity about my vocation, and I cannot wait to get married and have some babes (God-willing, of course) one day!!
My heart wants to burst because it's filled with so much joy. :) :)
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Because of number 5, it's hard to not think about my future hubby: when we will meet. Where. How. WHEN? ;) Even though I would really like this to happen sooner, rather than later, I am not really stressed about it. I trust God. It will happen. Until then I am continuing to pray for him daily.
But, you know what's funny? Whenever I express this to someone, their first response is usually something like, "you are so young! You have all the time in the world! Live your life! blah blah!"
While I know they mean well, how does that help me?
My vocation is marriage. I am allowed to desire it. I am allowed to want it.
I am living my life. I love my life.
But, God is calling me to be married, and I want to fulfill His desires for me.
To do this fully, I need a hubby.
For all of you non-Catholic/Christian people, this does not mean that I need a husband to make me happy. Nope. I already am. Because of our Lord, I am happy.
He is the One that brings true happiness. :)
We are all called by our Lord to be something.
Once we figure it out, that's how we are supposed to be living our lives. Fully.
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And, now that #6 is no longer quick (b/c I was ACTUALLY being quick for once!), I will leave you with something to add to your prayers: Culture of Life Africa. The pro-life movement over there is really beginning to take hold. They need our prayers! Visit Leila, she has some more info, too.
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