Sunday, August 29, 2010

Graphs and Logarithms

It is 3:35am and I am sitting up working on graphs.  Perhaps I should feel depressed, but I don't.  I can comprehend logarithms for the first time in my life, and that has totally made my weekend.  Yay for math class!

I am writing this from a hotel in Nashville, TN.  I came up to meet some fellow vintage-fashion-loving bloggers and view an incredible exhibit--The Golden Age of Couture!  I am so ready to be inspired, and plan to take lots of pictures, if I can.  Mom drove up with me, and I'm so glad she did.  I think we both needed a mini-road trip.  Nothing like a road trip to clear the head and soothe the soul. 

I need soul-soothing right now.  Lot's of inner-turmoil going on, and I don't like it.  I don't want to be in turmoil, I want to be in peace.  
I think it all comes down to me, really--I'm having a tough time trusting in the goodness and greatness of God's plan for my life.  Wait, I take that back--I do trust that His will is best for me, and that it always prevails.  What I don't trust (or believe) right now is that He will really fulfill the desires of my heart.  But then I think, perhaps I need to lay down my dreams and be ok with never reaching them.  Perhaps they have become too important, and I need to re-evaluate my priorities and focus.  Perhaps...I dunno.  Blah.

Sorry, rambling...


Well I am going to be super tired tomorrow, so I'd better get to sleep.   Have a lovely and restful weekend!

~Bessie

1 comment:

Steven Maierson said...

I like that you say you are willing to not achieve your dreams if the pursuit of them is causing you to lose sight of the things that matter. What I don't approve is the prospect of setting them down.

Never give up on your dreams madam, just evaluate the necessity of chasing them while abandoning other things. Sounds a bit cliche I know but it's better then looking back and wondering what could have been.

Well, I'm going to step down from my soap box now and you have a wonderful day/night/week/month