The biggest realization that's begun to hit me lately is that I'll be a college graduate in just seven weeks. I'm leaving this place that has given me so much, and I'm both heartbroken and so excited for it. I'll miss these people that I've grown to know, that I'm in love with, that have played a big role in making me who I am; I'll miss being a student at a Christian liberal arts school; I'll miss my church and the community it offers; I'll miss Boston and the North Shore and living three minutes from the ocean. But I can't wait to see what God has next. There are a ton of options on the table, and I just can't wait to see which one its going to be!
In other news, my brother is having a great time with the team in Namibia. Their times of ministry have been fruitful and God is using them to touch the people that they are encountering. My heart is definitely with them, and I'm feeling called back to Africa more than ever! I can't wait to hear more about their adventures.
And this is what's been going on lately:
I presented a poster at NEPA in Burlington, VT.
Went to the fair, saw New England's largest pumpkin (1,600 lbs!) and pretended we were 6.
At home in PA for quad break, we went to a nursery where they had a mound of mums, that you could walk around, over, and under!
Pumpkin picking for Jen's 23rd birthday!
Sarah came to visit!