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Scrambled Brain!

by:John

I am not sure if I can blame it on “reverse culture shock” or what, but it’s been really tough to organize my thoughts since I’ve been back. I didn’t really notice it until this week, the second week back. The first week was just so busy that there was no time to to try and assess what I should be doing. That’s because one week from when we arrived, my sister was getting married and I was going to be performing the ceremony. So, being that she was my sister, I didn’t want to let the fact that this was my first wedding ceremony give me any excuse to screw it up.
I was extremely nervous! I even tried to get out of it at one point. But, with Rachel putting in extra hours with Aria, and taking care of other stuff, I was able to finally write a message that seemed sort of right. It took three completely different drafts and then some serious editing but, in the end it went really well and I got tons of positive feedback. Perhaps another time, I will post excerpts from the message.
Anyway, that first week was really crazy because aside from the wedding, we also needed to get our papers in for our visa applications to Scotland. This is a real time sensitive thing because it’s supposed to take up to three months and we already have our return ticket leaving on Jan 8th, which is exactly three months from the time that we arrived.
The other two things that were weighing heavily on my mind are, a job and a car. It goes without saying that both of those things are pretty important for obvious reasons, but the wedding and the visa stuff completely overshadowed all of that for a number of reasons.
Anyway, wedding went great but, this last week has been a real blur. The car issue is somewhat solved as some people have offered to lend us theirs for the next three months, but it hasn’t happened yet. And, I don’t think it will be too tough to get a job once I get a car… but, it really feels like I’m trudging through a swamp here.
That’s ok though… I’m just going to keep on pressing in. Please keep us in your prayers when you think about us. Blessings

3 Responses to “Scrambled Brain!”

  1. marina (CBN)
    October 30th, 2006 06:33
    1

    Glad to Know ya guys reached safe and sound 🙂

  2. Charissa
    October 30th, 2006 12:20
    2

    I have to express my gratitude for the thought and energy you put into giving Garrett and I the perfect wedding ceremony. We were touched by your words and we will always treasure your message with sincerity. I would love it if you posted what you wrote so that all those who read this site can benefit from it. I know our guests said they were touched by your words. God has a beautiful way of working in our lives and He is constantly showing it! After all, now you have a car! Love you.

  3. Beth
    October 31st, 2006 10:10
    3

    Beth

    I’ve been praying that someone would loan you a good, reliable car…also for work of course. I can really appreciate the scrambled brain syndrome coming back from India. We always have mental adjustments to make returning from Mexico, and that’s nothing like India. We’re praying for you.

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