I work at 6.
Luckily I live 45 seconds away from work :D
Also, I looked SUPER cute today so no one KNEW that I had literally just rolled out of bed, ran my fingers through my hair, and threw on some clothes.
And then I got to work and I got to see some of my old people.
And I normally see them Wednesday and Friday mornings...
But this morning one of the older couples comes up and the wife goes, "Oh! You're here today! I missed you!" Which made my day and then as she was leaving she goes, "That is what I missed! Your smile! I just love your smile it is so sweet!"
And that truly did make my day!
Then one of my Joe's came in. (I have two)
And we did our secret handshake.
Yes. I have a secret hand shake with a 65 year old man.
That is cause I am just so awesome!! :D
I walked to work and as I was walking back, I did a no-no.
I got into the car with a stranger...
But here is my thought, I was walking barefoot over gravel cause the shoes I was wearing caused me to have some pretty large blisters. And it hurt. So I gladly accepted the blessing of the ride.
I was asked this really large question.
This past weekend I was asked where I see my self in twenty years, ten years, and even two years...
And I pondered long and hard over that question all weekend.
And I realized what I want. But I am too scared to plan it cause I don't want to get my hopes up.
And so I answered the question today.
And I got a responding question.
"Who will you be in two years?"
Now guys. That is a hard question.
It is broad and scary and requires you to REALLY look at yourself. Like REALLY close. And I did.
I scrutinized myself.
I checked myself.
I looked back at two years ago.
I tried to figure out who I want to be and how I want to be.
And I thought for TWO WHOLE HOURS.
And I realized.
I am going to be me. I am going to be the me that God has been planning and preparing me for.
And I am still pondering the question.
It's a big and scary one... because what if something happens and I change DRASTICALLY?!
But I guess that is where faith comes in huh?
God's got me covered just as he always has.
So, dear readers, who will you be in two years?