Today I saw the newly baptised boy
have his first communion.
What a beautiful miracle.
It fills my heart with joy.
I was encouraged by many at my church
and discussed my situation with my spiritual father.
I will be researching social assistance,
doing more job-seeking meetings
with the people who help with this part,
and have other things to research too.
And of course, now that my health seems to be stabilizing
from the volcanic eruption on my face,
I hope to have the time and strength to continue job searching
for both professional and 'in-between jobs.'
Had a great talk with my parents
and about keeping my courage up,
not giving up
and continue to be open to God's guiding
doors that I may not of thought of yet
that God may open.
They are still hoping to get me home for Christmas
as they want to see me and
want me to be emotionally refreshed.
They know it is not going to solve the situation I am in
but may give me some renewed strength.
They and other important people in my life
all agree that during the holiday times
(Christmas and New Years)
there will not be a lot of interviews scheduled
and I can continue job searching during this time in Michigan.
As the three interviews I did have this fall
were all applied for while I was home in Michigan
I tend to agree with them.