The last few days have been a whirlwind of activity. I've worked everyday this week (a blessing) teaching babysitting camp at the Rec center. It's been a little stressful because the lessons had some holes in them - I didn't plan the camp and didn't get to see the layout of it until about 20 minutes before kids starting showing up on Monday. Luckily it's a small group and they're flexible and forgiving and tell me that they're bored so we can cook up something fun.
Tuesday night I had dinner with a church friend of mine, Trisha, who's approximately 40 years older than I am. I love meeting with her and hearing her take on life and God. She often feeds my heart and my stomach well and getting to watch her and her husband interact is always a blessing. They have been married for the same amount of time as our age is different. I am so glad we've been able to connect outside of church.
Yesterday I had a job interview in the morning as a public relations secretary with the city school district. I really have no idea how it went, but I know I'll be placed in a job that suits me. All I can do is keep applying and keep interviewing. Despite the hectic feeling of the day, I got to end it with a lovely dinner at the house of one of the families from the Rec center.
The Reedy's are such a lovely addition to this area. They have two girls that I fell in love with the moment I met them. (Their pictures were among the first hung at my previous cube job). Both the girls are so lively and friendly and beautiful and happy and full of laughter. Just seeing them brightens my day. Last night included lots of laughter and sharing (a lot of that included the girls sharing their toys with me), and I left feeling uplifted. I have never gotten a good chance to know the adult Reedy's but I feel this could be the beginning of something wonderful.
It seems lately that good dinners have equaled good conversations.
This busy week mostly ends for me tonight with the Harry Potter midnight showing. Em and I have decided we must be there.
Cheers to full lives and late night movies.