Soooo I'm getting pretty bored with my job. It's just a beat down sometimes.
My one year in this department is up on June 1st, and I am counting.down.the.days. I'm beginning to apply for jobs next week- please pray for me to know and do God's will- there are some potential big life changes coming, hopefully soon.
My team is generally in the office from 7:30-4 ish... and while my boss usually rolls in around 9:30 and wouldn't notice... I really need to be at work at 7:30. Even after a year, this is almost torture for me. I'm not, and I'm pretty sure I will never be, a morning person.
After yet another boring and uneventful Monday, I wanted to come home and do nothing but veg. Walking out of the office, I thought "I shouldn't do anything tonight.. I'm too tired." But I'd previously made plans and I'm not a plan breaker, so I went along. Ciara and I went to Mass, and prayed at Adoration for a while after (her first Adoration experience, completely unexpected because I didn't know they had it after this Mass). We were planning on going running after Mass, and I wasn't looking forward to it. Plus it was raining. So I asked God to please let it keep raining so that we wouldn't have to go running... and almost immediately after the sun came out, along with the eternal sign of the covenant God made with Noah, a huuuuuuuge, beautiful, bright rainbow. So running we went. Two miles later and back home, I feel awesome. I'm so glad I went and did those things I told myself I didn't want to do. I know He's good about the big stuff, but Jesus is faithful in the little things too, isn't He? Love that guy!
You might be thinking, "wow, Brittany, I had no idea you were a runner." Slow your roll, I can assure you, I am not. But if you remember from that pesky little 30 Before 30 list, I made a goal to run a 10k... so in preparation, Katelynn (teammate from when I lived in Florida) and I are running a 5k color run after a wedding we're going to this summer. I'm sure I'll do a few more leading up to the 10k which I hope to be done with by December. THANKFULLY I had my wits about me to make a goal to run a 10k and not a marathon like someone else I know.. ahem.
Jesus, my Good Shepherd, have mercy on me.