The eye of the storm
It is noon. I have a class in an hour, but my day has been pretty good. I paid attention in class, worked out, and enjoyed a hot meal of leftovers at home. After this post, I’m going to do some devos, head to class, and then go to the library to get some more work done before dinner. It is sunny outside, which is a rarity in Pittsburgh, especially since it has been raining all week. I can hear one of the girls in the house singing (she is a vocal performance major), and it really amazes me how far a human’s voice can project.
It is noon, and I am already having a great day. To be able to stop in the midst of all of the struggles and worries that will take place within the next couple of weeks (and even throughout the rest of the semester) and enjoy the simple pleasures of life is really such a blessing. And isn’t it great to know that there is a God who will let you take a breather in the middle of everything?