However, being me, I had the random thought go through my brain today: "I wonder if that snowman inside of there ever thinks to himself, I wish those darned people would quit shaking my house every stinkin' time they walk by!" 'Cause from inside the snow globe, I bet it's absolute chaos. First, there's something that feels like an earthquake, then you get blinded by all this white stuff, and you hear laughter going on outside, followed by another earthquake. haha. I bet it's terrifying to be a snowman. But to the person holding the snow globe, the perspective is so different. The person holding the snow globe sees how beautiful it is to turn it upside down and watch it glisten.
Okay. Here's the WHOOOOLE point here. We are snowmen. Yep, I bet you were way ahead of me weren't you? You saw it coming probably. But it's so true.
Man, I've gotten in a routine the last 7 months of getting up before dawn, driving to work and having an amazing time watching God raise the sun up and paint brilliant colors upon the sleepy clouds. He's become so real to me just by my getting to SEE His creativity. I have gotten used to my alarm going off at 5:25am, hitting snooze once or twice, getting up, dragging my sleep-drunk self to the Wellspring of Life (coffee maker) and then opening up the bread of Life (the Word) and just having the first 3 hours of my day predictably wonderful with God. But now here I stand, and my job is going to end in 3 weeks. I've gotten no leads on a new job. My routine of "work 5 days and get a paycheck on friday" is about to be history. Things are changing rapidly and my only option is to adjust.