|Proof that all of Bryan/College Station are Aggie-Crazy. This truly is a "thing."|
I have mixed feelings about this....Based on what the tribunal told me back when I got the first instance, I didn't expect to hear from them for another year. Maybe I should have, since I've been praying for it to come through daily since I turned in the paperwork. It isn't that I don't think prayer works...it is just that I figured that the backlog the tribunal told me about would preclude it from getting here any time before the 2 year mark.
|A selfie with my sister-in-law over Christmas. While I was there, I realized that Bryan/College Station is truly becoming my home.|
It is kind of like the shifting of sand underneath your feet as you walk down a sand dune--you have to be careful of your balance or you will end up landing on your butt. I can now start dating, or pursuing a religious vocation. I can consider myself to be truly free, but the next step is unclear to me. I think it is time to spend some time in Adoration before I go much further, and let the sand settle beneath me before I take the next step, whatever that is.
|Whenever I think of sand dunes, I think of these--Taken at White Sands National Monument|
I'm just thankful that I CAN move forward. This is definitely a blessing for this new year.
|The picture is fuzzier than I'd like, but this is my outfit for the second day of the semester. I've been truly blessed!|