Tuesday, August 19, 2008

New Beginnings

I am presently preparing my psyche to go back to work and a new school year with new students and new challenges. ( No more playing around on blogs all day). At the same time my beloved daughter is making huge, and I believe, positive changes in her life. I don't usually share deeply personal things on this blog - but I ask for your prayers as she drives a truck with all her belongings from New York City back to Ohio tomorrow by herself. She will be exhausted in more ways than one, so I'm the worried mom. But I do have faith in her strength and in her decisions. And she wants to do this on her own and I respect that.
I have the confidence to ask this because I was thinking of all of you blogging buddies this morning. I accidently deleted my list of "Beautiful Bloggers" and had to reenter everyone's title and blog address. I thought about all the encouraging comments and caring words from so many of you. This blogging thing is quite a phenomenon to me. Something I never even heard of a few years ago. As I thought about my daughter and about all of you - I knew I could count on you to pray for her.
If you are not on my list of links and would like to be, please let me know. Likewise, if I'm not on yours - let's trade links. I may be caught up in all the changes in the next few days, but I will try to keep you posted. Thanks.

5 comments:

Ruth Hull Chatlien said...

I was just wondering when you are going back to school.

Of course, you have my prayers for your daughter.

Kelly Jene said...

Hoping your daughter has a safe and happy move cross country. I also pray your new school year will be a great one.

CJM-R said...

Oh yes, for sure, prayers for your daughter on the start of her new adventure.

Hard to believe school will be starting up again. I noticed the leaves are starting to change colors in Vermont.

happyone said...

I know what you mean about blogging. I had no idea I would meet such wonderful, caring people.
I will certainly pray for your daughter.

CRUSTYBEEF said...

You are a terrific mom and I am glad that she is home safe and sound.

Much luck to her new phase of her life!!

And midwest weather again. :)

elizabeth