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Small case of Senioritis.


Last weekend I got to go home. It was glorious. I always forget just how much I miss my family until I see them. God has been working in them and it’s an awesome sight to behold. They are becoming increasingly involved in ministry. This is encouraging for me to share in the same vision as them. However, since being back at school, I feel like I should be graduated. I think this is what people call “senioritis.” In pervious blogs, I’ve shared how I struggle with apathy and I guess this is just another case of that.

Here’s the thing though, I’m kind of thankful for it. I’m a planner. I make lists for all the homework I have months in advance. I can’t relax unless my bed is made. I thrive off of organization and can’t stand falling behind. Whether or not my motivation is good…I get things done. All that said, most the time I’m so stressed over assignments and whatever else that I don’t enjoy school. The past few days I have been more chill, but things have gotten done. I guess I’m just seeking balance for the next 68 days.

I also had the chance to talk to my Pastor and Youth Pastor about an internship for next year. They both seem excited and ready for me to help out in various ways. It’s cool to be planning what’s next. I love that my Christian College has prepared me to go into ministry and I believe this internship will help also. Then, there’s the Europe vision trip I have coming up in July. Our team has been meeting every Monday for preparation and prayer. It seems way too surreal to be going. I’m nervous about support raising, because I’ve never been the best at it. God is going to grow me in that area, I’m sure of it.

I’ve also been watching a lot of I Love Lucy and drinking far too much coffee. That’s just flat out good for the soul.

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