APRIL SHOWERS BRING MAY MOLD
… and other allergies stories. Ah, yes, spring is definitely in full swing here in southeast Texas. Each day, our cars are covered in a thick, yellow dusting of pollen, the air is full of pollen as well, and since we didn’t have a good, hard freeze this “winter”, mold is rampant everywhere and the mosquitos will be thicker than ever. But I digress…
It is now April. March Madness is over and I must say that I did so badly at guessing who would advance, that the last team I didn’t mess up on (Duke) lost last night, so none of my picks survived. Sigh. It’s never been this bad!
On a better note, I’m now working 5 days a week at the church I’ve worked for off/on for several years. Two of the days pay less than the other three, but any money is better than none, and since I’m working full time hours, I’m hopeful that I’ll be eligible for insurance. I could use the help in the dental dept and it wouldn’t hurt to have a complete physical, either. So, keep that in mind when you’re thinking of me.
Also, at the church, after 4 1/2 years, they’ve called a pastor, a young man who brings great leadership and discernment. The vote takes place on Easter Sunday, and though I’m sure they’ll vote him in, many of the more seasoned crowd isn’t sure what they think of this guy yet. As far as from the view from an employee standpoint, I’m just excited to have a boss again… maybe some things will change, maybe they won’t, but at least it’s a step in the right direction.
On another note, I think I’ve finally narrowed down my church searching. I haven’t been visiting different campuses lately, because I wanted to step back and decide which denomination I felt most aligned with. I also wanted to give myself time to grieve my losses and to seek God to know which way I could best worship. Please keep that in your prayers as well and I will update more about that soon.