Day 18



Everything feels different today. I feel strangely happy. It is not familiar to me to be pumped to teach someone math when I’m not really qualified. But just sitting here waiting to get a Vox or a call on FaceTime with this friend makes me feel like I have purpose. I don’t why that’s so weird. But You know I sat there the other night like, I just want to stay up til 2 am helping you with math! Lord, I don’t even like math. Any of it. Not just the really hard stuff that I learned in pre algebra or geometry. Please no thank you. And when I’m telling her, I hope 

Letters From A Tender Haired Girl previous letter found here. 

Five minute Friday prompt: familiar.

I think I’ve missed two more days of writing…or actually a lot of days according to my last blog post. 6 since my last post. But God is mostly definitely doing something in me. Makes no sense at all. But it makes me really REALLY happy. And it is also hard, but still. God is helping and I know he is. Because me wanting to do this has to only be him. I don’t get pumped about math. But the last few days I’ve been getting up like, YES LETS DO THIS! Let’s study some math! And a devotional! Woo! Who’s excited? It is strange for me. But I know this is God. Because math is definitely a weakness for me to do and try and help someone with. And the fact that Kallayah is so open and doesn’t care that I take a while to explain stuff, is a serious blessing I want to thank for. Because if his grace is resting upon me in this than I have no clue, but it is so cool. I’m just really excited about all this stuff. It’s like Christmas and it’s not even here yet! 

Side note: Sara Groves new hymns album is so goood! That is all.


4 thoughts on “11/24/17

  1. I’m happy for you that you get to do this. It sounds like it’s a huge benefit to both of you. There is way more than math happening here!

  2. I agree with Jeannie’s comment that there is way more happening here than just math. Mentoring is like that. It has benefits for both parties for sure!

  3. I can relate to this; when I was teaching I volunteered (never volunteer for anything!) to teach a course in elasticity, and then realized I had forgotten most of the needed higher-level math.

    Unfortunately, I discovered my deficiency in the middle of a lecture when I needed to find both the general and particular solutions to a partial differential equation. But God got me through it.

    And then it became fun.

    #1 at FMF this wee.


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