Sunday, September 21, 2008

Another boring post! :)

So since all of you are just dying to read another one of my dumb blog posts I will just have to satisfy your wish.

Fall is going by SOOO fast!! I cannot believe that September is nearly over. October is sure to go just as quickly. My schedule is filling up with college trips.... i have one free weekend left in October! Ahh!!

Speaking of college... I'm in limbo right now. We don't know what's going to happen next year. I think we're making progress on getting the necessary paperwork, though. I faxed the request form so we could get a transcript from LAST YEAR's grades. Forget about junior year grades! Let's just get the basics here! And we don't even know how long it will take for them to do it. Slightly frustrating. I do know that either way, I will graduate this year. The question is whether or not I can still go off to college next year. I'm REALLY hoping. But I have also come to a point of surrender with it. Yes it will be very disappointing after all this hard work to have to go to a jr. college for a whole year and no it's not AT ALL what i want, for many reasons. There will be tears if I don't go and it will be hard. But I have to focus on the ultimate plan, not just the immediate positives to graduating early. I know that the Lord will do what is best for my life (even if it doesn't seem like the best plan!).

I had a good, relaxing weekend. My laptop is back (yaay!) so I spent most of last night doing school/email/facebook while watching TV. It was nice. Yesterday afternoon Corinne and I went to paint pottery. Of course, I didn't bring my camara. I carry it around in my purse for weeks and never use it. The week I take it out I needed it! I made a plate (but I'll hang it on my wall). I hope it turns out..... :)

Tonight is first small groups at church!! I'm so excited. We have the best leaders EVER! It's going to be awesome.


Katrina said...

Hi Molly,

Although frustrating to not know what next fall will bring it is very comforting to know that God knows exactly how things will work out.

There is freedom from anxiety and much peace be found in that place of surrender.

May you continue to experience His rest and be able to trust in His good plans and timing for your future, be it college, a year spent in missions in a orphanage somewhere in the world or going to the Jr. College, living at home and working.

The greatest gift you could receive from God would be to find joy and divine purpose in any of the above knowing that whatever plans emerge are "just" the plans that He ordained for you.

Much love always,
Your Momma XOXO

kangaj1 said...

Best leaders ever, huh? ;) I'm sad. I miss you!!

I echo what your mom said too.