Monday, July 23, 2007

Nerves and Faith

Maybe it's good a have a job. Since if I didn't, boredom would just lead to me eating then I'd get unhealthly fat. I'm saying this, because I was just eating Pringles because I didn't have anything better to do. I don't work today, in case you didn't go into Southside and memorize my schedule. Oh, yeah. I work at a gas station now. I make pizza mostly. I am being trained up front on Wednesday, though. The joys never end. Actually, I'm totally not even hating my job this week because I just work morning shifts. So, even though that means being at work by 6:30 for four mornings this week, I don't mind, because then I still have from 2:30 on to enjoy the rest of my day. Which I am very happy about. The most happiness though comes from knowing that I don't have to miss youth group this week. Anyway, that's enough about work.

My youth group is planning an event called AfterShock '07. For which I am speaking, and I must admit that even though NYC put a fire in me that made me look forward and be excited to speak, every day the event is getting closer, I'm becomming more nervous. I know, I know. I just need to leave it all in God's hands, but I seriously don't wanna screw up His word. I feel nervous even typing about how nervous I am getting. But, other than my speaking, AfterShock is going to be an amazing event. It's no doubt a faith move and trusting God's grace to pull through for us, but God has plans we can't even begin to imagine.

I suppose I have more to say, but my lack of ability to focus is meaning that I need to get up and walk around.