Friday, April 1, 2011

the view at MCRD

There's that saying that we have in the States for people stuck in a hard situation: "There's a light at the end of the tunnel."  Then there's the joking response of: "I hope it's not an on-coming train."

I've definitely felt like I've been stuck in a dark tunnel the past couple of months.  The familiar story of unbearable drama during wedding planning, being half a country away from my fianc√© for the past 2.5 years, preparing mentally to leave my friends and church family of over 20 years behind, and leaving a job that I actually enjoy doing and co-workers whom I genuinely love.  It's been hardReally hard.

But rather than seeing the singular light at the end of the tunnel I've been blessed with the support of my friends who have become my family over the years so that it feels like I'm able to see the light through windows while still being in the tunnel.  In the words of a song that gave me solace in my youth, "Everything's gonna be alright.  Every little thing is gonna be alright."

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