God does not send us into the dangerous and exacting life of faith because we are qualified; He chooses in order to qualify us for what he wants us to be or do." Eugene Peterson
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Robyn Rochelle Cox
Loving God in the Moment
Saturday, July 1, 2006
typed April 25 - didn't get around to getting it on the computer!!!! :0)
No comments on how long it has been since I have Blogged!
In two days the crate comes from the United States. The crate, filled with all of the things that are missed…
OK, maybe not filled with all of the things missed, but, at least with my Red Prayer Chair, and my own warm and snugly bed –
The other things that are missed: my children, my family, my friends, and of course A.W. Tozer!
These, unfortunately, are not in the crate. Unfortunately for me, fortunately for them!
Much of what will be deposited in this tiny flat in Badenweiler, are things that I don’t even remember.
I have pictures of my home in Flower Mound. In fact, I have spent a few minutes this morning going over them; trying to remember what I brought, what I left. Will it fit?
I don’t think so.
Speaking of pictures, yes, the pictures of my life will be nice to have. Starting a new life is always a time of reflecting on the old.
When I got married, I spent some time looking at Daddy’s pictures of our life.
Getting a divorce I spent some time contemplating burning some pictures of my life. I think I might have even burned a few… I really can’t remember. (If I did, the evidence is long gone.)
When my son got married last year at this time, I took time to organize pictures again. And now, I will be either receiving my pictures, or they will have been left!
I really can’t remember packing them. Isn’t that interesting?
Of course, for anyone that was around me at that point in time, you know that my world was reeling.
I know that I started traveling at the end of October, 2005. I was gone the majority of the time from that point on.
So, as I sit here on this mattress, on this floor, in this apartment, in Badenweiler, in Germany, I realize that I have lived out of suitcases for, hummmmmmm for seven months.
Seven months? Over half a year!
What has God done in these seven months? His workings are too immeasurable to enumerate.
Posted by Robyn Rochelle E. at Saturday, July 01, 2006
A little about me
I am in the world almost every day. Okay, daily.