Saturday, December 01, 2007

Now what?

I enjoy change, I look for a good adventure every now and then, I don't deny these things. I'm done with school, I got a "real job", and I don't know what to do with myself. Since the end of high school that I've had something on the horizon; going to college, transferring schools, going to India, being engaged, getting married, going back to India, moving to Colorado, graduating... now here I am. A married Colorado resident with my degree and I don't know what to do with myself. The next two and a half years we're going to be here while Stephen finishes school and I'm going to have to be stable, no quitting my job and leaving the country. It's like I'm an adult with responsibilities and everything. I've been feeling restless and I think this new discovery is part of the reason, I'm not on the verge of any big event, which is how most of life is, I think. So, what now?

Last night we hung out with our friends Asher and Halen and talked specifics about staring a community group, which I'm excited about. We've been telling people at Origins, our church, about our old community group and how wonderful is was and we're trying to model our new group around the idea of our old one. I think we're going to start up in January after all the holiday fuss is over.

So, here's to new friends and rest; and not having homework; cheers!


James Miller said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
James Miller said...

So, you still have me as "James (" on your links. You really know how to hold a grudge. By the way, thanks to you and the hubby for the Ryan Adams vinyl; Steve-o told me about it on the phone. I'd say that's one of the best birthday gifts I received this year--easily Top 5.

(By the way, the deleted comment is me. I had to correct a typo.)

Liz said...

I think you should seriously consider selling moonshine made in your bathtub.

leah marie. said...

uhm. do you remember me? and cheese.

anyway. the idea of being stable kind of freaks me out.

Kristen said...

James, I'm so glad you fessed up to the deleted comment, it drives me crazy not to know who deleted.
And Liz, I like your idea, we should get together and taste test moonshines.