Monday, August 16, 2010

Ezekiel 12

So, are you wondering how I spent my first official post-CPE day?

With a 5:45 a.m. wake up call and a 10 hour work day.  Boy, do I know how to unwind ... 

In all seriousness, the office that I worked in for three years during graduate school offered to hire me back for the time being.  Things are busy there right now (hence the 10 hour day, but that won't be the norm), but eventually I'll be able to work part-time there and be home part-time to focus on getting ready for my ordination interview, finishing my ministerial profile and starting the search & call process.

I came home and knew I needed a long walk.  The weather is FINALLY starting to look more bearable (meaning it only reaches the low 90's) and there was a pre-storm breeze blowing while I was out, so I was able to really relax, pick up my pace and explain to God that I need some clarity in my life. :)

Speaking of Grady (oh, we weren't?), I wanted to share some of the photos I took of the chapel on my last day ... 

Ten Commandments

Jesus, God, Saviour

Prepared altar

The ceiling above the pulpit

Opened to Ezekiel 12, but I'm not sure why

Intricate woodwork

The organ that I may or may not have let a patient play one Sunday afternoon when I was at the hospital by myself.  

I'm leaning towards may ... 

I cannot believe the words that are about to come out of my mouth ... but I think I miss it.  I am grateful to be where I am right now, but I am also grateful for an incredible experience.


(Tomorrow is Wear a Dress Tuesday!  E-mail me your pictures!)


  1. Yay for a 10 hour work day! It's WORK. That's GOOD!! Love the photos! Love you!!! Miss you!

  2. Yay for working 10 hours and getting paid! (Better than 10 for free!)

  3. Yay for talking to you on the phone during your 10 hour work day! You are the best!

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  5. Yay you're done! And God even provided you with a new payable job! I'm so happy for you :-)


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