Today I think I must have hacked up a lung due to sinus infection and cried a million tears.
Thank You Jesus for giving someone the knowledge of the Z-pack! Double dose tonight as directed.
And thank You Jesus for the ability to cry. I have always been a crier, and there is a good chance I’ll always be a crier. I know that sometimes people see it as a weakness, I see it as being strong enough in knowing who God is, and who He made me, and to express the feelings I have, so I cry.
Today I gave my notice at my job. And I think a few people may have fallen off their chairs, including me. It was not an easy decision, one I did not take lightly, but feel that I was completely directed by God to go down a different path. I look back on 15 years and I could tell you that some of those times were difficult, but most of those times where AMAZING, there are people there that I love more than I could ever say, and this side of heaven, they will never really know how much they meant to me. You know, I’ve been there a long time, and I have weathered many a storm, and when things get tough, people band together and they pull each other up. They laugh, and they cry, they encourage other, they eat cupcakes, and sometimes, they just say “suck it up” and move on. I’ve seen families grow, and sobbed at the loss of our own. Each name forever etched on my heart. I know that there were days that maybe I wasn’t the easiest to work with, and that saddens me.
I’ve made countless cupcakes and cakes, and probably, I can tell you everyone’s favorite that I’ve ever made (it really is true). I’ve been supported and loved for a really long time.
This job was more than just a place I went to everyday for 15 years, it was a place where I met friends, where God’s provision was super abundant (even in the tough times), it’s where I learned, and man, do I love to learn!
Oh man, today was rough, but tomorrow will be so much worse, I don’t even think I will put on makeup tomorrow.
I’m so very thankful for the path God has put before me, and I just pray that everyday, in that path, I make a difference towards Good.