As we approach the summer months, in a year that could best be termed “unique”, I reflect on the many changes that have taken place in my life. I continue to teach in interim positions, currently in my second such assignment for this school year. There’s one month remaining in my latest gig and then it’s time for summer vacation.
I’m still getting used to living in the home I first occupied in 2003 and then moved out of for four years, before moving back in this past October. My daughter and granddaughter are now my new neighbors and it’s nice having family so close. But getting this house in order and making it feel more like a home has been a tall order. There was much work to be done and still quite a bit to do as the summer approaches.
My relationship life has had a lot of ups and downs this past year, and I now find myself once again living single. While I miss the companionship, I realize there are still a lot of things I need to work on to become the person I was intended to be. With some of the covid restrictions still in place, there’s now a lot of time that I’m home with my German shepherd Abby and am getting used to that all over again.
So I continue on the path I’ve been designed to lead. I still have a strong faith in God and know that He watches over me. I need to meditate on those things He would have me to do and follow where He leads.