I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy tears, behold I will heal thee.
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Friday, August 28, 2009

On a lighter note!

On a lighter note than my last post :) . . .

Improv class is going awesome! I have been really hard on myself lately. I have always known I am my worst critic. I actually have my last Character Development/Scene Study class on Monday. . then I have a performance for my Advanced Improv class on Thursday night. . then I perform AGAIN on Friday night for the final showcase for the Character Development class~ I am pretty sure I will be able to get a copy of the Thursday performance. Either I will get someone to record it or one of my classmates said he was going to record it & could give me a copy! So hopefully I will be able to post some of it.

I have had so many crazy things I have been dealing with. All I have to say is Thanks Goodness for Prayer and Klonopin :) But I had a GREAT class tonight and today I also found out we will qualify for some extra help with my medications~ That alone relieves a lot of stress and anxiety for me.

It's simply amazing how generous the Lord is with blessings. He knows us so well and knows what we need. . . I am thankful for opportunities to be humbled and blessed. I seriously could not have imagined my life being like this~ So many great things are ahead of me. Bryan is doing wonderful in school, I am doing what I LOVE and my health has been fantastic! If I could change one thing it would only be: I wish I knew more about my donor. . . Perhaps one day I will recieve a response to the letter I sent to my donor family.

Well I am having a really great week so far. . . wish me luck on my performances next week! I still can't believe how much my life has improved and I am gratefull for it.

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1 comment:

Katey said...

I'm so glad you are having a great week! I hope your final performance tonight goes awesome!!

And yes...God is SO AMAZING!!!

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