What a weekend. My daughter came home from college and I graduated from college.
It’s so good to see my children. They bless me in so many ways and I really can’t get enough time with them. Every time they are with me I wish we had more time, had talked about more things. I worry that I don’t always say the things I need to say, to go as deep as I need to go, to teach them what I need to teach them. On the other hand, there is only so far a dad can go without an open invitation. I hope my life, the highs and the lows, are teaching them about patience, steadfastness and the ability to get back up when you’ve been knocked down – whether by your own mistakes or the actions of someone else.
I am a Master! I graduated with a Master of Arts in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation. I have not created world peace yet but it’s on my list of things to do.
Now I’m back to consulting work, job hunting and thinking about how to position a new blog, a potential book and a new life journey. It’s good to have something to do. Along with that, I keep trying to understand God and His work in my life. I’m trying to better understand patience, hope, hearing God and when I am supposed to act and when I am supposed to be still. If I can figure all that out, I’m going to be in a really good place. I continue in prayer that He will make His paths clear with neon lights, that I will not be able to escape the sound of His voice in whatever form I need to hear it and that He will put me on the right path, soon, so that I can be active and fulfilled in the work He has planned for me.
Grace and peace.