My time here in Atlanta so far has been nothing short of spectacularly wonderful (spectacularly fantastic, even!) and I cannot even begin to describe how much fun we are having here.
I’ve met some amazing new people and friends who challenge and encourage me just by being who they are, and I’ve been reminded of who I am and what my heart longs for in its deepest places.
I’ve sung and cheered my face off and am now struggling to hang on to the shred of a voice I have left in me. There are three more worship sessions I am meant to sing for and I dont know if I can do it at this point. It sounds like a frog hunkered down and died in my throat.
Also, since being here, I’ve eaten SUSHI for the first time ever. (Okay, well, I guess I ate in a SUSHI restaraunt. And, geesh, if you must know, I ordered chicken…)
We went down to a really cool part of Atlanta called Five Points and shopped around old vintage shops with the crazy kids from Leeland. I wore my hippie beanie so I’d fit right in.
I’ve laughed harder than I have for a long time and riden on an underground train.
I’ve been reminded of how majestic and powerful and wonderful and humble God is. That he loves me. Just the way I am.
Here’s some pictures. I will post more later.