Guiding Me Always.

Here are some pictures I took around campus a while back. My lack of inspiration has continued. I feel like I have nothing about which to blog. I haven't even wanted to get on blogger. I know, it's been a while, but I don't have much to say. 

I do have one new thing, though. I think I want to begin doing book reviews here. Not just a few sentences, real reviews. Expect my first one on The Elegance of the Hedgehog in a few days. 

In other news, Thanksgiving was wonderful for the most part. I have some pictures on that coming later this week. I enjoyed being home, and I am ready to be there for Christmas. I see Thanksgiving break as a tease. It makes me wish I was home to celebrate with my family. I long for decorating the tree, drinking cider, and enjoying the relaxation of the season with my family. But instead I am back at school (there's nothing wrong with that, I do love it here) preparing for finals. In a little over a week I will be packing up my things for good and moving out of the beloved Kappa house for good. My next semester will be taking place in Italy. I still don't believe it's really happening. Me, in Italy, no. For four months? What? 

I can't wait to blog from there, to show you all that I will be doing, all the people I will be meeting. I am more than likely building up this trip in my mind to less than realistic expectations. But whatever happens, I do feel it is where the Lord wants me to be. For whatever reason. 

I read this verse this morning and loved it. No matter how I am feeling, God always meets me where I am. I get so upset, I feel that He is far from me and give up. But every time I come back to Him, He is right there waiting for me and tells me exactly what I need to hear. It's so silly I doubt. Satan plays an awful game. But I thank God that He is stronger. 

The Lord will guide you always;
he will satisfy your needs in a sun-scorched land
and will strengthen your frame. 
You will be like a well-watered garden, 
like a spring whose waters never fail. 
Isaiah 58:11

1 comment:

  1. Oh how I love the leaves falling and beautiful colors of the trees in certain areas this time of year...so pretty! The campus looks lovely and I'm looking forward to your Thanksgiving pictures...I'm posting mine tomorrow!

    Liesl :)


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