I hear you calling...

This morning was registration, and since I am only taking two courses this semester, I have considerably less to pay for. Praise the Lord for how He has provided for me so far; I will continue to trust in his provisions for the future. I didn't have to buy 3 out of the 4 textbooks, thanks to friends and the library. That alone saved me over $200 if you can believe it! Thanks to Rob and Dave for lending me two of the most expensive texts!

I am in the midst of doing laundry, and although I have a clothes line, I don't have any of those fancy clips you put on the line to prevent it from sagging. You don't realize all the little things that come in handy until you don't have them anymore. I just left it sagging, and hopefully it doesn't break! My towels are sopping wet, as I am still trying to figure out my old school washing machine.

I really need a day to just be on my own, and putter around my house, but that won't happen for a while yet. I am so tired and feel like my life is on the constant go right now. It could be because I live off campus and have yet to plan my day so that I won't have to keep walking back and forth, back and forth. It is interesting, that's for sure!

The sun is so beautiful today! How can anyone resist spending a little time outside?!


1 comment:

Singinglady said...

Hi Ash
I am glad that your registration went well and that some of the financial burdens of a larger course load have been lifted from your shoulders and that you have been able to get the books you need from friends, who have allowed you to borrow them.

It is funny how you assume that all the little conveniences you have had to work with at home are suddenly missing as you set up your own place.

I am sure that as you give yourself a bit of time to settle in, that you will be able to figure out how best to organize your time and diminish the trips back and forth to the school. The last couple of days have certainly been beautiful and I am sure that you have enjoyed the walks.
However by the time the cold weather sets in you will likely have it all figured out.
I have great confidence in you as you begin to refine your homemaking and organizational skills.

I leave you with this thought by a very famous Christian missionary

Proverbs 16:1-11

I used to ask God if He would come and help me....
I finally asked God to do His own work through me.

~Hudson Taylor

Lots of luv from NAN xoxo