Well, one of the first tests, anyways.
Been employed for about a month and a half now, though I’ve really only been working for two weeks as of tomorrow (it’s great to take a two-week vacation after two weeks of training). The next couple of Sundays, I have a couple of sermon-type things to offer to our community. Saying I “have” them might actually be a bit of a wishful thing; let’s instead say that I “hope” to have one this Sunday and another next Sunday.
It’s been an odd task, to have a couple of projects I’m excited to work on and finding myself with little time to work on them. While I’ve really enjoyed having a scheduled regiment each day after four years of a less than normal schedule, it has been difficult to adjust to using the evenings as “work time” after spending the day working. Usually, when the wife was working her 7-3:30 job and I was unstructured, the afternoon and evening was generally spent playing and goofing off.
Welcome to the world of adulthood, I suppose.
So, it’s been good…but it’s also tough. I’m excited to continue working out my schedule to best fit the different things I want to do with my time, but it’s not an easy process.
That is all.