They say that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. If that’s the case, then I am becoming very dull, indeed. Ever since I came to Albany, it seems that all I’ve been doing has been work. I’ve been working for my dad’s medical transport business, and I often feel as if I’m trying to do the work of 2 or 3 people all by my lonesome. I’m doing scheduling, and billing, and filing, and handling the phone, and administrative stuff, and yada yada yada….oh, and on top of that, I’m also driving an average of 3-4 hours every single day. It’s been so unbelievably exhausting…but hey, at least I can’t complain about being bored!
I have been able to do a few things outside of work. I went to Matt and Hope’s piano recital – they have really progressed by leaps and bounds! I was super impressed. Also, my first weekend back was Mother’s Day weekend, so the whole family (including my grandmother) went down to Pensacola for the weekend. The kids and I had some little gifts and cards for mom and Grammie, and we had a nice dinner together, and basically just enjoyed each other’s company. I went with Dad and the kids to the naval aviation museum, which was really fascinating. Seeing all of the different planes was cool enough, but we also got to go on a hands-on science-y tour that was part of the museum which was super interesting. I really enjoyed it.
On Sunday, we went to church with the Chatraws, our old paster and his wife from when we went to Cornerstone Church in Americus, a loooong time ago. That was wonderful seeing and catching up with them….strange how little they’ve changed! Josh made a comment as we were driving down there, saying something to the effect of, “I can just feel the stress melting away the farther we get from Albany.” I couldn’t agree more, and I think it was exactly what our family needed. Because it was right back to the grind when we got back Sunday night! It’s times like these when I’m so very grateful for my friends and family who keep me grounded, and remind me of God’s faithfulness when I’m apt to forget it.