Saturday, May 31

Morrells: Sketchy behavior

Tomorrow is my (first annual?) "cancer free" party that Lisa has been working hard to put together. (Also the first of June) I am looking forward to meeting and seeing a lot of people I haven't seen in a while. (And some I just plain haven't seen)

My aunt came up from California for the party. I was surprised, but glad to have her up as well! As to spend more time with her while she is up here we (Lisa and I) had lunch at my folks place this afternoon and I took the mac and the new tablet over to let Beth play with them. She ended up having a lot of fun and we took some crazy pictures in the process. (The one posted here isn't really "crazy"... just cool.) I posted some of the funny ones on Facebook for those of you that are connected.

It's kind of funny (not of the "haha" variety) that I try not to think too much about the future because if this past year has taught me anything it's that I have pretty much no idea what is going to come my way. I can't help but wonder however, at what point am I more "free" to move around? I mean I've kicked around the idea of getting another job (something full-time so as to not have to do the whole "3 jobs at once thing") but what happens if I start up another job in the next 3 to 6 months and the cancer makes a come-back? I doubt that the job I'll be in will be anywhere as forgiving as the ones I have now. But then again I don't know that for sure.

I kind of feel like I should be actively moving on with my life, but I am held back by some fears about my health. Valid concerns? Or not?

As usual it's something that God will provide for. If I'm to go on to a bigger/ different job it's got to be God's timing anyway. I guess if you really sit down and think about it a normal "healthy" person has just as many unknowns as someone like me who has faced cancer. I'll have to think on the whole thing more. I would covet your prayers on the matter.

P.s. If you're coming to the party tomorrow prepare to say "cheese" for the camera. I'd like to document some of it.


1 comment:

  1. I'm sorry we'll miss your party. Hope to meet you someday however! Our family will continue to pray for your family. Tough questions to consider - "trust the Lord with all your heart"!! Lord bless,



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