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Friday, June 23, 2006

Girl Puts Down Game

I would have to say that the Omega Intensive has been the most fun event I have ever planned. It was fun to be in KC with such wonderful friends. It has been wonderful to work with Randy again. I have enjoyed Kansas City (tonight Noella, Deloris and I went to see Henry V in the park!). I have also really enjoyed being in the House of Prayer. I don't always love being in the Prayer Room. There have been times when I had a lot of grace to spend long hours there. More often than not it is a choice to go.

I think overall it went pretty well. I am relieved that it is over, and I will get to go home in a week or so. At the same time I am a bit sad that it is over and I will have to head back to Cincinnati where there is quite a bit of uncertainty for me. Uncertainty is not an option in anyone's life, but as a planner it is a bit of a challenge for me. I'm constantly trying to straighten out the rubix cube of my future, but sometimes it just can't be done. I have to take my hands away from the puzzle. Even though I really desire to continue to work at it until I can figure it out. I turn to God and ask Him to help me. I know that He has a plan. I know that He is a better planner than me.

4 comments:

Marci Lewellen said...

Okay, so I would write something really comforting but since your only "a bit sad" about leaving me... i mean "us"... :)

So, I am just kidding. I am trying not to be selfish and think about just what I want for your life :)

But, just think how bored you would be without the rubix cube tugging and shouting at you to keep playing until you win...

Angela said...

When I was little the rubix cube frustrated me. The helpful thing was that the little squares on the cube were actual stickers. So what does a little girl do? Rearrange the stickers instead of the pieces to put it back together. That genius idea was short lived.

So I guess I hope your cube isn't made of stickers. I see Him helping you put the pieces together. I hope this is comforting. Keep your eyes on Him and He will give you the desires of your heart. I will continue to pray.

Sean The Red said...

I was going to write a really masculine practical comment, but decided to get in touch with my feminine side, and distract myself with a RUBICS cube.

Danielle said...

Thanks for the spelling correction, Sean. Nothing like swing at the home schooler! The only bad grade I got in school was a C in 8th grade spelling.