Well today was an okay day. Mom and dad were being incredibly stupid yet again, so I couldn't stop crying at church and didn't want to sit through the sermon, so Mitch got Alex from the nursery and we headed to the mall to blow off some steam and try to cheer up. Alex had a lot of fun trying on sunglasses in Claire's, and even modeled for me a bit.
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
So I'm horrible at updating my blog. Get over it. I guess I've just been hiding from life. But life goes on even when I don't write in my blog. So I guess I should start dealing with stuff instead of hiding from it. That blows, but life goes on. All in all I suppose things aren't that bad. My parents fight all the time. But I still say that I'm a grown woman and their problems shouldn't bother me so much. But they do. Imagine that. Mitchell and I want to go to DTS as soon as possible, then off to the mission field. But I don't really want to. We'll have to get rid of all of our worldly possessions and start a brand new life, yet again. I'm kinda sick of it. I want a house with a yard and a dog and neighbors and a good school system for Alex in a few years. But no, we'll probably end up in Africa or something like that living in a hut. And you know what bothers me the most of all of our stuff that we'll lose? Our DVD collection. How stupid is that. I KNOW, I am fully aware, that we're not supposed to store up treasures on earth and all that. But I like our DVD collection. It's something Mitchell and I have done together since we first met practically. It's the ONLY thing we've been able to hold onto during all the moves and drama and crap that is ours and ours alone. And I don't want to let it go. On the other hand, I'm ready to live somewhere else. Last night I dreamt we were back in Florida. I woke up thinking we were in Florida. Crashing back to the reality of being in Michigan is a horrible way to start your day. I found out the other day that an aquantice from high school is now living in Slovakia playing basketball. Who goes to Slovakia to play basketball? How odd is that. Now my desire to go back to the Czech Republic is twice as strong. If he and his wife can live in Slovikia and ENJOY it, there's no reason my husband, our son and I can't live in Prague. And I want to go back to the Karlstejn Castle, and I really want to show it to Mitchell. So we shall see where God leads us, and I will continue to pray and let go of world possesions that don't mean anything.
Posted by Kori at 11:30 AM