Last night when I arrived home from Regina at around 8:30 p.m. my husband was kind and thoughtful, he made a light supper for us. A friend in Regina had made me a snack, but in my hast to catch the bus I forgot the treat. Ugh! After our relaxing meal I went to turn on my computer, it simply would not turn on or connect. I believe, a Trojan virus must have entered unawares to me.
With the arise of this new dilemma it has had me thinking that is a good time to slow down and take time off the computer for the next few days. Working on my husbands laptop is just not the same as my good and faithful PC.
My class was full of information that I need to still process and work into my life. One thing the professor said as we were leaving the class that had me in agreement was: "At this age, I will not be perfect!" I am trying understand this and slowly I am realizing there simply is no way to be perfect...or at least in this world.
The goal is to rest in the fact that I am who God has made me to be, I will obey His word and ways to the best of my ability until the day my journey here is finished. For now I will try to be aware of sin like trojan viruses that enter into my personal life daily. Then when I finally arrive in heaven perfection will come fully.
I will write when it is possible, until then I will be trying to catch up on my reading and find someway to start writing my papers. I really do not like typing on the laptop, however I am grateful I have a way to connect and write.
We are going to purchase a virus scanner today...hopefully this is the cause for no connection to the source. It is amazing how this is just like sin, we need God's grace and mercy to wipe over us through repentance to restore our connection with Christ.
I could keep on writing...later, robin