It’s the little things in life. These are the things to which you give no second thought…until…
Until you lose them. And then they occupy all of your attention.
But this story is about the finding of them (hopefully). The last couple days have been glorious. Why? Well…I seem to have found myself a car and a job! Running the risk of counting my embryonic birds pre-shell-cracking, I’m getting VERY excited.
The car is an OLD (and I mean like 23-year-0ld) Honda, manual, vibrant yellow little thing. If I’m lucky it’ll last me a year with no real problems. And this car will do everything I want it to! It will get me out of this house arrest, and, even better, it will do it with exquisitely low gas milage! Oh yeah!
The job (I have an interview tomorrow) is for a serving position at a family restaurant down the road from my house! Not exactly what I planned to do with a Psych degree, but hey, I have people skills…we’ll see!
Money and transportation: All I could ever ask for.
But this brings me to the most exciting news of the week: A renewed dream for graduate school.
I’ve been researching seminary for some time and, although well enthused by the general idea, I had yet to find a school that echoed my heart…until yesterday. And the winner is…
Talbot, Biola, SoCal…YES. (http://www.talbot.edu/).
As I researched their school, reading articles and exploring their website, I amazedly observed my own heart in every line. Here I could study Christian apologetics with passionate intellects who’s goals are to converse clearly in meaningful conversations with the world.
Re-motivated and reenergized, I reenter my week with renewed hope for my future. This song has become my mantra: