The Rush has Begun

My first day back to class and I’m already spinning in a whirlwind. It’s almost 11:00 at night and I’m sitting up doing last minute laundry so I have something decent to wear to work tomorrow; this is my life. Today went by so quickly that I never really had time to sit down and just THINK. In class I was fully attentive to my professors because I am determined not to get behind this semester, at work I had a bajillion emails filled with To-Do lists and I was constantly on the phone with one person or another. Once I got off work I had a short amount of time to eat lunch and then I was off to class again. Then I was on my personal phone with multiple people talking about everything from A to Z. Then it was a fast food dinner and babysitting for a family at church. And now, instead of chilling out like a good college student I’m doing laundry. But, I guess that’s what you do when you’re suddenly alone: you find a million things to do so that you don’t have to really think about anything.

I did not in any way mean for that to sound as depressing as it probably reads. Seriously. I actually had a pretty decent day, considering recent events. Regardless of different life events and the ups and downs of life I still serve a mighty God who always has a plan for my life, even when I can’t see it or even understand it. Right now is the time to run full speed ahead into His waiting arms because if I don’t I know I’ll become the biggest train wreck this side of Oakcliff (for those who are not familiar with Dallas, Oakcliff is as ghetto as ghetto can get here- and I live 10 minutes away from there).