If ever there has been a crazy week, it was this one. It started by being hit with a wrecking ball and flowed into a day of sun at the lake with one of my best friends. Despite the fact that I got severely sunburned, I had one of the most relaxing and fun days I’ve ever had. (We also learned that apparently the only difference between catholics and presbyterians is the wives and that women are the only reason for protestants.) As you can imagine, we felt surprised at such information. We also had the pleasure of listening to a group of people yell at Leon the dog for an hour and watch them all share the SAME fork with one another and Leon. Needless to say it was disturbing.
Despite all of that, I’ve found that as the week has come to a close that I feel as if I’m a completely different person today than I was when the week began. A bit stronger, a lot wiser and finally walking a path that I have diligently searched for over the past several years. I am thankful that the days I have spent so long praying for are finally upon me.
There’s a grace on me now that I’ve never experienced and I am excited to see what’s ahead. As Robert Frost once said,
“Two roads diverged in a wood; I took the one less traveled and that has made all the difference.”
This week, my life has been changed and the choices I made really did make all the difference.