Wednesday, January 18, 2006

I am 23!

Another year has passed, this one quite interestingly..  I was blessed to find a black wool cape at the thrift store, gain a purple gypsy skirt (from a gift card Grandma left for me!), and got a beautiful Bible with both my given name and my nickname on it... I am so blessed!
It was a beautiful sunny day, and we spent it driving around Wichita, KS... visiting the malls and the local Irish shops.  Then we came home, and had pizza and Boston cream pie, before I went off to church and helped with worship service.  A wonderful day!

Who is this 23 year old woman that I see before me?  She has been through so much.... loss, death, betrayals.... the open road...
She is nearly a stranger to me... I am trying to figure her out.  A traveller gal?  Aye.  A follower of Iosa?  Aye.  A young woman who has survived bitter sorrows?  Aye!  But how does that blend together?  Daddy, what are you doing?

~ Traveller Gal, out!

Saturday, January 7, 2006

College Begins

Started ISoM last night along with my friend John Meadows.  It was awesome.  I love being a student again.  I have missed it soo much.  The other thing is, Newton is an hour away and I get a wee bit of the open road... it is a nice hold over.  I especially enjoy begin out of the city and seeing the night skies with all it's stars.

I am not using my cane right now.  Still have it around.  ^_^  I am just kinda out of it.  No clue why.  Things are going well, other than Chas and Kayla moving off.  Still miss them, most likely always will...

Oh, I just realized, I forgot to say that John is one of my good, close guy friends who returned to the Lord last year...  He is like a brother to me, and a joy to have around.  He is the pastor's son, I am the assistant pastor's daughter... we grew up together.  It is nice to gain a trust guy friend, as there are so few around...

~ Traveller Gal, out!

Wednesday, January 4, 2006

Friends Moving

My two best gal friends at church are leaving first thing in the morn with their family to live in Oklahoma.....down in Cherokee Nation.

I am glad for them....but depressed for me.   *La sigh!*  I will miss them...  They get to go on the open road at least.  ^_^

~ Traveller Gal, out!