Megan (jehoshabeath) wrote,

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From DC

From October through January I struggled off and on with sickness. I caught a few colds and got something like the flu in the new year. I'm still trying to build up my strength and get back into a normal routine. I keep getting overwhelmed by house roommate changes, the weather, work, chores, etc.

This June will mark my 6th year in DC. I've made plans to move back to PA at the end of June.

Living in the city has been draining. I feel like I continue to fall further and further behind on everything. I've been considering moving over the past year or two and finally made a decision to do so. I feel good about that, but there's a lot that still has to be done before I can relax.

Sometimes, I feel like my time here has been a waste because I've wrestled so much and put so much into this job; but I know that's not true. The Lord has taught me a lot, has given me a chance to meet and grow with many people, and has given me the chance to do some amazing things - like sail on the river and communicate with morse code. Here, He's continued to teach me to trust Him above all else. So, trusting in His wisdom, I'm looking forward to adjusting back to rural life this summer.

April looks like it will be a busy month with a number of birthdays, the Easter holiday, a wedding, and the start of baseball season, among other things. May God give me the strength to keep up!
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