Life feels .... unsettled I guess. Not great, not bad, not really stressful....just not normal.
Now normal can be hard to describe as every day in Haiti can look different and comes with unpredictablity. But I almost feel like I've stepped into someone else's life.
This week I've: gone with Anna and Frizlin to a funeral for one of Cory's aunts; driven Anna to driver's education; gone grocery shopping; gone to the library; put gas in the car; cooked rhubarb; filled in several more pieces of the puzzle called "Thede's summer schedule"; took one child for a health appointment; made eye and dental appointments; attended a women's Bible study; texted with Eli; visited in person with an aunt and niece; started planning for Anna and Fritzlin's party in July; watched TV; and used up LOTS of the unlimited band-width available to me!
None of these's things do I 'normally' do.
I did a few 'normal' things too like: cleaning, dishes, cooking, laundry, home-school, reading, communication by email/Facebook.
Transitional make me tired. Working on the house build made me physically tired. But I'm tired. A strange type of tired...not physical, not due to lack of sleep, not because of stress...but tired.
Maybe weary is a better word. Yes, weary--one of the definitions of which is 'calling for a great deal of energy or endurance".
The weary transition time can only be experienced well, with the Lord's help.
So I hope you're praying for me and our family.
Fritzlin continues to do well. Anna's enjoying driver's training and drove twice already. Eli's learning a lot during his training for camp. Cory will be heading to the airport tomorrow morning and should be in Michigan by noon on Saturday.
Sunday Sharing Locations:
June 10th Woodside Wesleyan Lake Ann MI 11 A.M.
June 17th Warsaw Wesleyan Warsaw IN am service Pastor will pray for us. Table.