What I look forward to…

Posted on July 8th, 2010 by Cam.
Categories: Let's talk.

A new way of thinking has emerged with a crash. For three years, I have had nothing more to look forward to than side-effects of drugs wearing off, the possibility of not feeling pain for a time or catching up with people I love.

But now…!

It seems that a completely new life has begun, but the most amazing thing is I get to keep my family and friends – this is the best deal ever! I cannot explain how utterly overwhelmed I am at God’s goodness to me. I have said it before I know, but whenever it rains, especially with thunder and lightning, I feel God’s power like never before, but with Him being totally jovial about the whole thing. He knows it makes me incredibly happy, He knows I love walking in it, He knows I love the smell and the sound of it. Its like He knows how incredibly good I have it, and He knows how much He has given me, then He just decides to keep on bombarding me with things that I love.

I am looking forward to having a family one day. I have been spending a lot of time with my nieces and nephew – I love them, and I really can’t wait to have children of my own. I have also been spending time with friends from China, the Tapleys, and their boys. I love these guys as family too, and I would love my kids to turn out like them! I still don’t know how I am going to go with kids and mess though! I am going to be so pedantic I think, wiping their hands every 5 minutes, wondering where their hands have been as they put their fingers in my mouth, trying not to scream as they wipe their snotty nose on my neck etc. Apart from that, I crave to have a family of my own.

I look forward to sharing my story with others. It has been a big deal. A big deal for me, my family and friends. There has been a lot to learn, and a lot can be shared. It would be remiss of me to not help others through circumstances that I have learned so much from.

I look forward to my work. I love education, working with the people I work with, developing ideas and being creative. I feel I have got a great mix of all these things at the moment. I couldn’t be happier.

I look forward to spending more time with family and friends. They have been my harbour in the tempest. I love like I have never loved before, and feel loved with the same intensity.

I look forward to having too much to do – I get so excited about great things that are happening. I can’t contain it most of the time.

These are just a few of the things going around my head at the moment. It is good to have things to look forward to, rather than thinking about things I was going to miss out on.

So thankful.

1 comment.

Pam Randall

Comment on July 18th, 2010.

Oh, Cam. Oh, Cam. Yes, the English language can be inadequate to explain such joy and delight in your healing that your old friends who have walked beside you, have felt. I am SO HAPPY for you and so overjoyed and so excited and it is such an encouragement for people to know there IS power in God’s Word. God bless, praise Him, oh joy!

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