August 27, 2014

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There is still some joy to be found

There is still some joy to be found

There have been times for me after the Christmas and New Year’s candlelit services, Christmas hymn sings, and year end/beginning celebrations that the joy sort of drained out of my life. There is always that back-to-work and/or school schedule to keep, decorations to take down and store for another year and beginning a new year with things like tax preparation in the immediate future.

This year was much like last year, but one thing stood out that I think may be the sign of some good times ahead of me. The second day of the New Year, I had a meeting scheduled at the Paulding County Senior Center. I was invited to have lunch prior to the meeting and I found some real joy in this activity.