Well, the past two days I have been moving stuff because I am now a living member of Reedy Fork. It feels like home. But I am sad because I feel as if I am starting a new life. A new life that will be trying but really just a new adventure. A new chance to live for Christ in all that I do. A new time of my life.
“I think I’ll start a new life. I think I’ll start over where no one knows my name.” – “Boston” by Augustana.
I like those lyrics because not many out here know my name. This song gives me hope. I get to build completely new relationships. But a great thing about living out here is that God is going to let me keep my old friendships close by. I love that. I get to live in a new place, work for a new purpose and a new church, build new friendships, have some great roommates, play at a new pool, hopefully get some new guitar students in the neighborhood, mow some yards, walk down the street and talk to my neighbors, ride my bike down to where the supposed Reedy Fork Elementary school is, and share my life with as many people as possible. I get to come alive out here. I get to help others breathe fresh air now. I am excited. I can’t wait to get started.
Thanks to the Kekics for opening up their house to someone in need. God is truly using them in my life to show what His love poured out looks like.