Walking Through Doors

Walking Through Doors

Have you ever walked into a building with two sets of doors, an outer and an inner set?  There might be a small foyer in between for dropping off wet umbrellas, etc.  I am in that small foyer area, surrounded by glass.  It is beautiful outside, so I’m holding the door open with my foot.  But, I know I need to go inside.  So, I’m pushing that door open, too.  But, I can’t move at all like this.  And I hover, knowing that I’m at a decision point.  

Pursuing Passion

Pursuing Passion

This week I got fired before I got hired.  It was an incredible let-down letter.  The principal said that she didn’t want to hire anyone to teach at her school who didn’t want to be there.  Instead of letting it discourage me, I wrote her back.  Who wouldn’t want to work for a principal like that?  

Happily Ever After

Happily Ever After

I wish everyone could have their dreams come true early on in their life.  That was my luck or blessing.  I found myself in the home of my dreams with the husband of my dreams and three or four children.  I had “made it” before age 25.  Life should have been grand.  I had everything I ever wanted, and I was miserable.  It was such a surprise!  I felt utterly lost.  How can I have it all and feel like this?  

The Fall

The Fall

I grew up in a garden.  Like Adam and Eve had everything they needed with little effort, as a child, I did too.  My parents loved each other, loved the Lord and loved me.  I had food every day.  Even my voracious curiosity was fed.  It was a paradise.  

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