Thursday, April 06, 2006

Nearly home time

I will be back in Billericay this time tomorrow. Very excited to be going back... doing things like getting a haircut, seeing the doctor after promising I would over a year ago, seeing my Grandparents, my brother taking me out for lunch and possibly helping me buy a car.

I have 2 really important trips next week too, one to Luton and the other is back to Cardiff. Very short break this time round, lots to fit in.

I've also got to spend some time plugging my gap year for next year. Going Public have given me loads of fliers, which I will be spreading around. If you are interested, let me know.

We did time and self management today in Connect. Very interesting subject... for me! My concerns about budgetting and money stuff were eased today. The youth worker at Glenwood seems to have it a bit easier than most, the full time administrator for the church is there to help.

I guess I'll find out next week how budget might work next year.

Although I love God and the gifts he has given me, having come out of the woodwork as quite an efficient organiser type person does have it's down side. Comes in the form of other administrators who are older and 'wiser' telling you how things should be done.

I nearly got scared out of my job as Holiday club admin assisstant on Tuesday night. It wasn't very helpful. But I should be having a meeting soon to set me right.

God's been good and a challenger this term, bring on the summer term. I can't wait to see what He's got for our team as we all start to look to where we are going next year!

For those of you who are missing it, here's some random seasonal words in English/Welsh
Easter - Pasg
Egg - ŵy
Chicken - ffowls (fowls)
Cross - Cryws (cruise)
Jesus - Iesu

3 comments:

tasha said...

yaaayy! i cant wait to se you karen. i have loads to tell you! your lookin at a trainee childrens nurse startin feb 2007! C'MON! i def want to see you this time round! ive missed you too much!!
love ya
x x x

John Cowart said...

Hope things work out well about the car.

Stephen Carter said...

hey karen.

rest well.

see you soon.

Steve