Yep, things are always changing. There is always some new challenge, joy, or obstacle to respond to. My life has been full of these changing situations and challenges in the past few months. Let's see:
Foot injury - but you've already heart about that, so I won't elaborate.
Being able to walk, run, and drive again after 2 months. WOW! It's such an amazing feeling, and I have come to be much more thankful for my feet. FEET ARE SO IMPORTANT! :)
A new semester at school, new classes with new professors, a new major - for once in my educational career I am being really truly challenged. And how do I know that? Because I am really having to reach deep down inside myself and stretch in order to get my work done and to understand what I am learning. It seems like a huge stretch right now. But I am fascinated by the writings of the Early Church Fathers and how the Catholic Christian faith has remained so steady and solid in its traditions, which in turn are rooted firmly in Scripture. And I am looking forward to doing research and writing a paper on the topic of the importance of Chiropractic care during and after pregnancy. The cool thing is that this topic goes hand in hand with another class I am taking: Human Embryology. It's amazing, isn't it, how cohesive our lives become when they are immersed in Christ.
Yes, situations are always changing. And sometimes habits too. The fact is, I have consistently stayed up later this semester than I did last year. Oh dear.