13.39 reads the analog clock. The Polish Dance by Xaver Scharwenka op 3 no 1.plays quietly in the background. The porch door is open letting in the soft breeze. I sit down comfortably at my desk in front of my computer screen and reflect upon my day so far.
Roughly a month since I’ve returned from Europe, today was my first day working again at my old job, and what a great day! It felt so good to see my innkeepers again, for they are just like family. They were more than happy to rehire me and I was more than excited to go back.
This is one of the many steps that I take for this year. I had long wanted to return to Europe, for I had the best experience in Switzerland in 2014 and ached to have it again. I left for France in January, flew back to the States at the end of April, and here I am back in the groove at home again. I feel like my head is in the clouds sometimes, like I’m in another world… that I’m back over there, and so I felt it good to get back to the lifestyle/routine at home.
But, oh… how I do wonder about the summer, about this year, about the future and what it will all come to be. I plan to keep my job for a little while, for I am dearly happy with it. But at the same time, I know that I can’t keep going at this forever. I have to keep working on my dreams/goals in life. I believe there is something bigger. Something much bigger out there for me, and I’m gonna find out what it is. I don’t care how long I have to look; I will find it, or it will find me.
For now, I must be patient, wait, and enjoy life.
p.s. Sometimes it’s not always easy, for whenever I pass over the news or watch the media I’m saddened by what’s going on in the world around me. It’s easy to feel down, even depressed about such things… this causes more wonder (even worry) about what the future holds not just for me, but for future generations.
And so I have added another word for the above sentence, and that is, to pray, be patient, wait, and enjoy life ❤