When I was a kid you always would come back to school and talk about what you did on summer vacation. So a few days ago I started a list of things that I learned on well you can’t call it summer vacation. But my summer here in PA. I’m going to break them up into parts because I got three pages.
Here’s the first section:
-I’m pretty comfortable alone, sometimes I need people but overall I’m very independent.
-I like my family a lot, of the people I’ve missed they top the list.
-I’m not ready to settle down, and need more adventures before I’m at that point.
-I think that I could see myself in front of the classroom again as a teacher in the next year or so.
-Living without Peter is weird.
-I still hate to do dishes, but that’s what dishwashers are for.
-Finding time for faith has been difficult this summer, and I’m not sure where I am in that regard.
-The park service manages to frustrate me and feel like home at the same time.
That’s the condensed version of about half the first page. I don’t know what anyone else will think of it, but they were interesting thoughts to have. I wonder what will come as I spend the next six weeks here and learn from my fall in Pennsylvania.