das wandern

let me continue in peace, and (stop) wander(ing)!

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Lesson #3: (Dang! I said there would be only two! Sorry about that.


Get
used to it. This is just the first time we’ll start in one direction



and find we need to explore another, or more.) Decisions about



futures
are really big deals and always take top priority. If you were



here we
would head for the coffee shop, find a sunny rock down by



the river, or
walk around the block a couple of times … when you



are here, we will.

[saith bill.]



this made me cry.
i can’t really explain.

but lately, i’ve had lots of big
things to think about; lots of important decisions to make. it’s
difficult to find out [especially all of the sudden] that i’m spossed
to be a grownup. i’m not sure i’m quite ready for that.
 

but God is good. and he sends good people to (1.) ask me the
important questions  (2.) tell me the important stories and also
(3.) just to let me freak out about the bigness of it all.

aside //
you know, if you ever need a quick answer to a tough question, just
turn to the book of 3 jimothy. or send an email to bill. problem
solved. always. period. [or something like that.]
// end aside.

so i’m learning.
life is hard, still.
but it is good.

i’m finally excited about this summer.
and i’m excited about life.
i really am.


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Written by knsayres

April 11, 2005 at 3:15 am

Posted in Uncategorized

4 Responses

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  1. hmm… God’s in control and we’re not.  this is something i know and have known for a long time, but to actually [and continually] give up control… yeah, that’s difficult.  but He is good, even and especially when we’re not.  you let me know if i can do anything for you to help out.

    bradmoore310

    April 11, 2005 at 3:48 am

  2. life is hard, still.
    but it is good.

    so true.

    thebrightest_star

    April 11, 2005 at 6:29 am

  3. Hey derlin, I totally agree.  The saying, “Life is hard,” is an understatement.  However, life is just the tip of the iceberg, because then you have to start with the spiritual quesitons.  I wish I were there to go to the coffee shop or walk around….but not in the rain! 😦

    Anonymous

    April 11, 2005 at 12:14 pm

  4. i’m confused

    Anonymous

    April 12, 2005 at 12:26 pm


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