Proverbs 3:5-6

Sunday, March 16, 2014

This week was a trying one. I'm not sure if it was because it was the week leading up to spring break so everything was on a short deadline or because I had three interviews or if it is just that point in the semester but come Friday I was exhausted. Seriously exhausted. I came home from class and took a four hour nap and then went to bed early and slept for another 14 hours. I'm not exaggerating that one bit. 

Without getting too much into the nitty-gritty the week started off with a very disheartening experience that left me feeling overwhelmed, slightly lost and wondering how you are supposed to put your faith and trust in another person when they could so easily take advantage of you and do you wrong. 


After this experience, I made a choice and hoped that it was the right one. I embraced Proverbs 3:5-6 and trusted that I would be guided in the way I needed to be. I am constantly in awe of how quickly a hard lesson guides the way to such cherished moments in life. The unsettling feeling of being unguided was quickly reversed by not one but two wonderful people I had the pleasure to meet later in the week. I was so powerfully reminded that for every one person who has a moral compass that is so opposite mine, there are twice as many people who can bring light and learning into my life. 

On Thursday, we had Girls Night In, in honor of Morgan and again I was reminded how I am surrounded by so many beautiful people. We shared lots of laughs, yummy food, a couple of drinks, and celebrated being 20-something's and being one day closer to our spring break. 
Girl's Night In!
 
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