So, I don't know how the end of May came so soon. With it school also comes to a close. I am thrilled to finish my junior year in two days. Starting on my senior year in 23 days in London. What a way to kick off the last year of college!
Planning the future is and isn't in my toolbox of strengths. I like to keep an open mind, but I know that there has to be some planning. For school, that means being flexible with what classes I take to fulfill the few credits I have left. For London, I have to plan my traveling expeditions and accept those plans changing.
The ocean is a friendly reminder of how life comes and goes. We don't know how enormous each wave will be or if it will wash us out to sea, but we do know the waves will die down. There is always crashing and tumbling. They push and shove their way to shore and subside as they tickle their way up the sand. I have to remember that the big waves will subside over time. Everything will be okay. The worries of today will wash away.
At the beach this weekend, I watched as the sun highlighted the clouds. I stood in awe of the vast ocean. I realized (again) how powerful and all encompassing God is. He knows all. He cares about every element of nature, including me. Shocked that a God so big could love and care for me.