Saturday, April 10, 2010

I apologize to my wonderful followers, all 2 of you, for my lack of blogging. I will try to be better. So far, 2010 has been a whirlwind of a year. Everything is going great, though.

I've been in my job now for just over two months and it has been great. People keep asking if I like working in DCD and all I can say is that I don't know any different so it suits me just fine. I'm working at learning all that I can to be the best in my department (which I don't think I'm that far from because people tend to make things more difficult than they really are). My manager gave me an assignment the other day and told me that she wouldn't give this to just anyone. She knew that I would do it without complaint and that I would do it quickly. I've had a few people tell me I work too quickly, but I can't help it. If I have work to do, I'm going to get it done. I can't sit there stretching it out for 8 hours just so there is something to do the next day. I will do my work and your work if it means getting it all done in a timely manner. That is just how I am...thank you parental units for a good work ethic, it gets noticed by my superiors at every job I've ever had.

Personally, life is great too. Hockey ends this weekend and baseball season is in full force now. I've been enjoying life with my current friends, but missing some of the old ones and hoping to be better at hanging out with them (Kyle and Kimberly). Being back in the church has been great too! I can really tell the difference in my life and my happiness now that I'm back. Its just another way of God showing me that I should have never left. His plan for me does not work if I walk outside of it, but with Him, it is beautiful. I've been reading from the devotional entitled Come Away My Beloved. It is like a collection of letters from God. If you've never read it, I suggest picking up a copy. Each one is very short, but very poignant. I'm considering diving into some C.S. Lewis books...any suggestions?

Last night I did something fun:


  1. Mere Christianity, The Problem of Pain, The Screwtape Letters, and The Great Divorce. I'll give you more when you've finished will take some time, even though they're short, they're weighty.

  2. hi, jamie! i realize you posted this months ago, but i didn't know you had a blog until this evening! i have read a few c.s. lewis books. i have to say that his space trilogy books are actually pretty incredible and i'm not usually into that sort of thing (scifi). but his allegories, or just thought processes are really amazing and although the series is fiction, it kinda rocked my world a little bit and even gave insight into my bible reading... <3

  3. Thanks for the suggestions friends!