We, as in I, actually travel back and forth between the two states daily.
I am doing it, I'm starting a blog. I want to let my friends and family know and see what I am doing and blogging seemed like the winning option. A week ago my dad and I were driving through seven states to arrive in the surprisingly pretty, kansas city area. My dad did the hard parts of the drive and put up with hours of wonderful music. He shortly after flew back to Idaho and I stayed to do an internship at the Nazarene Publishing House.
I work for and with great people who trust me without even knowing me. The outside architecture and interior design and furniture of the art department is grand, I am thankful every day walking in. The designers chose much of the modern design and it makes for a very comfortable 9 hour work day. The two designers I sit closest to, graduated from the NNU design program and have been a wonderful blessing. The three of us talk of our wonderful teacher and mentor and see that the training we received really has made us capable of doing something we love. It has been encouraging to see their success and be reassured once again of the incredible education I was given. I was given two REAL jobs the first day. My work is thinking and designing, I am so lucky. I am praying with thanksgiving for an easy transition into this new routine. Change is usually not my forte, but God has been so near. He is providing meaningful connections with new friends, He is instilling confidence in what I am doing and He is being Himself. What would we do without?