This week I had my last “first” day of the kiddos returning to school. As if that isn’t enough to make a school nurse’s hair stand on end, add to it that I work at public middle school, where hormones run rampant and drama is just a part of life. Everything from “do you have any Super Glue for my broken [plastic, garishly painted, glamor] fingernail” to where-did-I-put-my-multi-page-child-abuse-form,…it tends to land in my office.
I have a well-worn path to the Counseling Center, (not always just for the students, mind you.) God bless them…lots. Continue reading “More than first day jitters”
“When God began creating the heavens and the earth, the earth was a shapeless, chaotic mass, with the Spirit of God brooding over the dark vapors. Then God said, ‘Let there be light.’ And light appeared.”
Or how about:
“O Lord God! You have made the heavens and earth by your great power; nothing is too hard for you!” (Jeremiah 32:17)
So what do you think He could accomplish with your chaos…?
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