Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer. Romans 12:12
I have entered yet another transitional season of my life. This one seems extremely different than the first time around. I completed my graduate program in May and earned an MA in Counseling emphasis on Mental Health. Though I am extremely proud of my accomplishments, I am constantly asking: Where did the time go? I was literally in Kindergarten yesterday and now I’m officially out here in the world. Everything seems to be happening so fast. I have no idea what I’m doing and where I’ll end up next. Yet, that is the very question that I keep hearing now that I have graduated.
“So what do you want to do now?
“Are you going for your doctorate?”
“Do you have a job lined up?”
“Where are you going to live?”
Response in my head/Quote of the season: “I’m just tryna get my life together!”
Of course I give them a smile and say my spiel about going for my license, getting an intern number, and looking for a PAID position. All of which definitely won’t happen overnight. It’s a PROCESS!
On the other hand, I have also entered the season of my life where weddings, house housewarmings, and baby showers are main events.
You couldn’t tell me at sixteen that I wouldn’t be married to a chocolate King at 25 with my Benz, bomb two-story house, and Teacup Yorkie safely tucked away in my purse.
They say if you want to make God laugh, tell Him your plans.