So my Seahawks are in the Superbowl and I am beyond excited!
I’m so happy for my hometown team and happy for my city Seattle Washington. Some days I think of moving back. I miss the
green trees and walks around the blue lake. I miss the fresh seafood and most
of all my family. I have many great, great memories of my life in Seattle. I
will go back, maybe when I retire, maybe when I find the perfect houseboat J but until then I’m
home in Dallas, Texas. I like Dallas too; the food, folks and family
environment makes me want to stay awhile. Get to know the area better, meet
more amazing folks, and eat more delicious food. When I prayed about my move to Dallas I didn’t
understand the answer. I heard God say move and I did. There were many
sleepless lonely nights trying to figure out why I was here. Why would He take
me away from my family and friends? Why would he send me to Frisco alone, just
my daughter and I? As time went on the answers were slowly revealed and now I
know it was time for me to grow up, time to spread MY wings, time for me to
FLY. It hurts to grow; there are challenges in your comfort zone. But, if you
listen, truly listen to what God is trying to tell you, you will be grateful
for the process. In the process I have found my strength, my patience and my
passion. In the process I have found confidence, joy and peace. In my process
and, well…… I’m still in my process! So
being away from home isn’t so bad. I am learning how to love my family and
friends in a new way and when I go home we have the most amazing time together.
Our love and bond has been strengthened by the distance.
So I root for the home team away from home here in Frisco! But,
I’m really just a shy girl who decided to take a chance from the great
Northwest on an extended visit to the Big ol’ South!
Author:Rachel Jama Phone: 817-909-4414 Dated: February 2nd 2014 Views: 1,508 About Rachel: Rachel was born in Fort Worth and grew up in the Hurst, Euless, Bedford area. After graduating high ...
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