Busy, busy day

The four scariest words strung together are the following: I read your blog.

Since I am so shy and introverted, and I don’t write all that much, I always have to wonder: what is it that I said?!?!?!?!

Today was awesome, amazing, fabulous, fantastic…I could go on and on. Beth, Ehrin and I delivered the presents to Voorhees Township. After we spoke with Grace, we ran into the Director of Economic Development. He and Grace were talking about us, and one of them said, “They are a great addition to our community, aren’t they?” Wow. We’re not only the church that gives, but now we’re also “a great addition to the community.” It just gets better and better.

Then we went over to the trailer to see our friend Val. She and the ladies loved the cookies. They wanted to know about the church. We had a good time kibbitzing with them. I look forward to seeing what God develops over the next few months.

After I left Beth and Ehrin, I delivered some cookies to the VTPD. The dispatcher who accepted the cookies appeared perplexed. But I think that they’ll wind up enjoying the cookies as well. I also went to the new Christian bookstore in the Eagle Plaza. I had a nice chat with the woman who works there…her husband is a pastor in Camden. That store has a little bit of everything.

I actually accomplished everything on my mental to-do list. So, it’s free sailing from here on out. Rumor has it that I start working at the salon tomorrow. That should be interesting.

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One Response to Busy, busy day

  1. Dr Chuck says:

    The four scariest words strung together are the following: I read your blog.

    Since I am so shy and introverted, and I don’t write all that much, I always have to wonder: what is it that I said?!?!?!?!

    I think you’re putting words to a struggle that most of us go through. Having a calling is one thing. Having a calling, and actually FOLLOWING IT THROUGH, and running into all the obstacles that have kept us from being faithful in the past and seeing the path God has provided through them…another story altogether.

    You’re encouraging me a great deal, in other words.

    (And the shy and introverted, more often than not, have the truly great thoughts brewing in their minds…)

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