Monday, October 26, 2009

autumn

All of a sudden the air is crisp, the trees are a riot of color, we are eating soup and wearing sweaters.  It's fall.  More than just a season, it's a reminder that time is passing.  Inside the hospital our daily routine seems  never ending.  But outside, every part of nature reminds us that that we are moving forward.  When we started this program it was hot and green and muggy out.  Now it's different.  Things change.  Winter is coming.  Then spring.


At the end of this week we defend our level one competencies before a committee.  This has brought on a flurry of hushed typing and studying.  We each have to share a case study (visit with a patient) that shows our ability to perform at a specific ministry level and achieve certain goals.  It is the red leaves on paper, written proof that we are learning and changing.


Blessed be the name of God, forever and ever. He knows all, does all: He changes the seasons and guides history.  Daniel 2:19 The Message

2 comments:

  1. Love the "red leaves on paper"! M2

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  2. changing and growing and learning from deep within our own holes

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