There is post after post after post.
I dare you to not be moved by those images. Dare you.
I really don’t.
I did it!
I did it all by myself!
I worked solo in the Welcome Center office from 2-8pm.
I was a teensy tiny bit apprehensive
only because I’m certain there are at least a handful of tasks I’m not skilled in at the moment.
But with the votes of confidence by my boss and my coworkers and my husband,
I went in with my head held high.
There were a few times I had to direct questions to other staff,
but that’s no problem.
I did well, I believe.
I’m praying I didn’t make any grave errors–
seeing as how everything I do in here affects every branch of the camp’s functions.
Talk about big responsibility. :)
But it was fun and I believe I’m rather enjoying my job.
Office duties are right up my alley.
And my personality suits a front desk position.
So I’m looking forward to a summer of becoming skilled at my job–
all while developing some great relationships
or reestablishing old ones.
In fact, in the three days I’ve been on the grounds I’ve had many deep conversations already
and my heart was blessed to discover what can only be described as a kindred spirit.
Now, if only I didn’t have leave these relationships in a few months.
And just as I get settled here, we’re off to our home church–
our ‘regular’ life-
discipling teens, leading worship, planning events, and more.
And now for some background music.
Click here to listen to one of my favorite bands.
Play one of the most perfect songs about our relationship.
And read on.
You are strong.
You are my protector.
You are my confidant.
You are my best, most loyal friend.
You are faithful.
You are honest.
You are hard working.
You are uber intelligent.
You are my favorite co-worker.
You make me laugh.
You hold me when I cry.
You take walks when me and don’t complain.
You love everything I create in the kitchen.
You are my favorite person to talk with.
You tell me I’m beautiful.
And you mean it.
You are my prince charming.
But mostly I’ve learned that we are two parts of the whole–a union that cannot be separated. God created us to be together, to serve Him together, to be an example of αγάπη (agape) love together (I Timothy 4:12). Thank you, Babe, for showing me true love–that which is patient, kind, humble, selfless, pure, truthful, protecting, trusting, hoping, persevering. I am thrilled to spend a lifetime with you.
Always your girl,