How long has it been since I wrote in a post that I couldn’t believe the life I was living,in a wonderful home, a great community, with the best of friends . . .
doing the things that I love to do creatively and sharing with Mr. OTN in a wonderful ministry opportunity in our church?
But life doesn’t always stay the same. Sometimes we find ourselves in the midst of a “Life Interruped.”
A week ago I was at home in Olympia, Washington, freshening up my laundry room with a new coat of paint.
The telephone rang and the news was received that the company Mr. OTN had applied to for a new job wanted to fly him out for an interview.
Today I am in beautiful Greenville, S C. and wondering where life might be taking us next.
We flew out of SeaTac Monday night, arrived here early Tuesday morning, picked up a car, and headed to our hotel where we requested an early check in.
Minutes later, there was Mr. OTN, quickly freshening up while I pressed the suit bag creases out of his new white shirt and helped him decide whether it would be the blue tie or the red tie. Then off to an all day interview!
This is one gorgeous city!
Great shopping, fine dining and plenty of coffee shops. Do you know they even have a Coffee Street? VERY important to this Seattle girl.
Museums, theater, jazz and blues.
Some of the friendliest people on God’s green earth . . . even nice enough to humor me when I tried to get them to say they liked my Seahawks!
The red “power tie” did it’s job, bringing forth the offer of the job.
And we’ve been “sleeping on it” for two nights.
One more day here to explore a bit more and then back home tomorrow.
We are having some very strong feelings about what we should do but the decision isn’t final yet.
Life interrupted for a week . . . or possibly for much, much longer . . .
Prayers appreciated today.