so it's not as easy as i thought to -
wait, i don't think i ever thought life would be easy,
but anyways, I am still trying to adjust here in Deerfield.
For me, personally, moving was never anything I grew up with,
nor was it something that I actually got used to in college,
and I've come to recognize that every move we've made
has been harder
So I've been battling and losing to a lot of Satan's attacks:
and guilt about those two things,
after a little breakdown a couple of days ago,
things are back to being a lot better.
except that I don't have a job yet.
I've begun to realize I need to get out and branch out ASAP.
I'm always better when I'm working and
involved in something,
and dang it - I want some new leggings
and a hat that doesn't crimp my bangs.
So I'm looking for work still, and
I know that God will provide it.
I wish I could find a job that paid what I made when I was teaching,
i mean - my bachelors degree is worth more than minimum wage!
but let's be honest:
public education is at least a year or two behind the rest of
private industry when it comes to improvement in employment.
that first teaching job drove me a little crazy!!
Oddly enough, almost all my students loved me,
so maybe they were a little crazy, too.
Actually, get rid of that "maybe" (my students would agree).
So I'm still truckin',
and I'll be writing again.
Enjoy what you're about to see and read,
(I've got about 4 or 5 posts in "edit")
and thanks for