Hannah (hannahnovella) wrote,

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Something is very wrong with me

I think I am going insane. I feel completely useless here. I have no job, which I was actually excited about, but I have nothing to do. It's sad when home isn't home anymore. I finally set a date to start the drive back to Seattle. I leave the 12th of September. It could be worse, could be better. The main issue was getting to see my sister. Our trips home barely overlap, which is sad. Anyway, I have a full week with nothing, I repeat, nothing to do! I haven't been in the mood to read, which is very unlike me. I don't know what to do with myself. My mind is becoming more and more active in a bad way...I am getting foolish thoughts about things and people, and day dreaming about a future that is very uncertain. Why do I think that anything I can dream up would even compare to the greatness of God's plan for my future? It's so frustrating, because I love to imagine what He might bless me with, but I forget about the right now and what I already have. I'm babbling...it's way too late and I wish I could sleep. I don't think I have the strength to calm my mind. I have a question, actually it is someone else's question, but I am going to echo it just in case someone actually reads this and has any idea of an answer. The question asked was: 'How do you get to know somebody that you (A) don't know, (B) rarely see, and (C) have no good way of establishing communication with? Well, under normal circumstances I'd say, "Um, none, so give it up." But let's say for the sake of argument that the circumstances are not normal, how would I do get to know the person?' –Anonymous
It is a strange question, I know, but for some reason it's bothering me that there isn't a good answer, at least not yet. It may just be a stupid question. It is obviously way too late for me to be making any sense, so I will spare you from further jumbled thoughts. Goodnight!
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