Hope Springs Anew

I’ve just come out of a blessed week and am starting on a new adventure. Tomorrow I begin a new job. Yes! I applied for and was offered a position as an Administrative Secretary in the Curriculum & Instruction Department in the school district I already work for. It is a large increase in salary for me and is such a blessing… I can’t even begin to put into words what this means for my family. It was a God thing.

Adding to my joy of new employment, we were given a van. A nice van. A big conversion van. Some of you may have seen my tweets about our car curse and have heard me talk about our four cars (I’ve got 2 driving teens in the house.) breaking down and going into the shop. Some of the repairs were very costly. And one car, well, it is no more. A sweet, generous family at church just bought a new van and graciously gave us their older one. I will now have a car that I can get to my new job in. We were wondering how we were going to juggle transportation. Doesn’t God have great timing?

So today I am resting on my last day of summer, since this new job is year round and I begin tomorrow. No more summers off for me, but that is okay. I am praying that it is less stressful and that I will be able to wrap my brain around writing again.

You see, these blessings have given my hope. There is a spring to my step, and flutter in my heart. I have hope that things are looking up for me and my family. I’ve seen God at work this week and I am blessed. Hope springs anew.

May you be blessed by the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth. Psalm 115:15

6 responses to “Hope Springs Anew”

  1. Congratulations on your new job and van!


  2. Congrats on the new job! And what an amazing blessing to have received wheels just when you needed them most.

    Enjoy your day off. Wishing you continued blessings as you dive into the new work God has given you.


  3. Thank you, ladies. I'm pretty pumped!


  4. Congratulations on the new job! I hope you love the position and the people you work with. And wow on the van. What a timely and generous gift.


  5. Thanks, Keli. So far, I have loved my new job. It has been such a slower paced place to work…and so quiet! Nice!


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