A dinosaur in the clouds

I woke up this morning, looked out the window and there was a gorgeous blue sky accompanied by a huge cloud. I looked closer, and at first it looked like a dog. Then I decided it looked like a dinosaur. It was pretty awesome. One wonders whether it symbolizes anything…

I’m not sure who still reads this, but here it is anyways. I’ve been really slacking in writing and updating. I am on the computer almost all day at work, and when I come home, I get back on the computer hoping to do something more productive. But nothing ever happens.

A month and a half of summer has come and gone. I haven’t done much, I started working shortly after I came back and since then, I’ve spent a lot of time with my family and at work- only going out with friends once in a while. I’ve also been watching the world cup a lot which has been good. I’ve never been a big football player but being the athlete I am, it’s always super exciting to watch and analyze games (in my head). I have one more month of work, then I’m off for a month before heading back to the states.

I can only imagine the beautiful weather in Boston right now and although I am loving home at the moment. I am looking forward to going back, setting up my room, reconnecting with friends and starting another year. Most of my classes should be pretty interesting next semester. To be honest though, the thought of starting another year also brings about the thought of what I want to or will do in the future, it’s all a bit crazy.

Just less than a month ago, Nick Vujicic spoke at my church here. Nick was born with no arms and no legs, but yet he believes that it was God’s plan. It was absolutely incredible. He spoke for about 30 minutes, and it hit straight to my heart. His joy and his commitment to serve God is more than I’ve ever had. Sometimes we all need to be reminded that no matter how bad our situations might be, there is always joy in God.

Published by Joanne Lam

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