It is still something to look forward to! I just hope my headaches still continue to go away like they are now. My time in the capital has been enjoyable, though. I have not been the only one here! Some have been here for medical, others trainings, others friends visiting or leaving the country, and still others killing time before going on the new group's site visits. Whatever their reasons for being in the capital, it has been good to spend time with them.
I have been taking this time to utilize free internet while I am here. Updating my resume, researching jobs, and etc. On Facebook, I saw my dream job posted! Unfortunately, it was in Rhode Island and at least at this point - I am looking for jobs in my hometown area. I don't relish the idea of coming back for a month and a half after being gone for 2 years and then moving across the country. I am looking at a couple jobs that are around the area. One is three hours and the other is an hour away. I was talking out loud about that and "S"C suggested I not do a commute like that! I had not been thinking about a daily commute, but more my commute to church.
I really miss my church! I keep daydreaming about returning, volunteering to do MOPS again, being a part of women's Bible study, church, and etc. I need to stop myself from emailing people to begin committing to things 'cause I do not know what job I will get or schedule I will have. :-P I just might be a little too excited about being around my church family again...lol That is definitely something I miss - having people who believe the same things. I am blessed to have people in my group that were raised with my beliefs so they know where I am coming from when I talk about things. That has been a help, but is still not the same.
One of these days I'll not have updates or something to talk about. Then I will write about what God has been showing me during my time here. I'm sure it will be a long one so it needs to be by itself - not along with other things. I have said some things, but I plan on going more in depth. To set the stage a little bit so I don't need to add this on the post, my group has been coming up with memoir titles that describe our service.
For instance, one volunteer's is "Lies and Quacking Duck Tales" or something to that effect. It's a smaller group that was making the titles for our group's service, but some of that group has come up with their own titles. They hadn't come up with mine yet so I decided on my own. My memoir title and thus, my blog title about my service will be "Life Reflections". Stay tuned! :)