Yep, I’m home. Sometimes that is such a tough word for me: home. I thrive on being secure, settled, and accepted. A new place can mean unknowing, loneliness, and uncertainty when you choose not to accept where you and what you are doing.
Too many times I have treated different locations as temporary, the next place to simply move on from.
This could be one of those times. I could be saying, in two years I’ll be else where, doing something different, looking for the next thing. If I don’t accept where I am as home and life, what’s the point?
I know this is part of what God wants me to learn: make where you are home. Live there, learn there, and thrive there. It won’t be easy and will take time. Another challenge? Oh yes.
P.S. – In a very semi-poetical writer sense, this was my post of saying yes I arrived in Australia safely and securely. It’s been a good week of learning the new schedule and slowly figuring out what my time will look like with YWAM Southlands Adelaide. Much love!