The Winds of Change

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Wowsers, it’s been a while, and a whole lot has been going on since I last wrote. Pull up a chair, pour yourself a cup of tea, and here we go . . .

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Allow me to introduce you to America’s number one fast food restaurant, and my new place of employment, Sonic. “Number one?” you say? Well, I’m not so sure really, they just pay me to say that. OK, not really, but it is very good.
I began working there after Thanksgiving break, only about 15-18 hours a week, and mostly back in the kitchen preparing food. I had never really wanted to work in fast food . . . it seemed demeaning, I suppose . . . but aside from coming home smelling of grease, it’s actually not that bad. The fact that I get all the free food I can eat helps, of course. The uniform I’m required to wear consists of khaki pants, a blue polo shirt (complete with Sonic logo), and a tan Sonic visor. Since it’s in the mall, I’ll go ahead and answer the most frequently asked question right now: no, I don’t have to wear skates – we’re not a drive-thru Sonic. Thank goodness.

Well, I certainly don’t plan on working at a fast food chain forever. This brings me to my next bit of news.

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As most everyone knows, I’ve always planned on pursuing a career in computers, as I do seem to have a knack for them. However, it’s also no secret that I truly love to write. Thus, my plans for the future have always been as follows: Graduate College, get a “real” job involving computers while writing on the side, do well enough at writing that I can quit my “real” job and write full time.
Lately, however, the options for that “real” job have become scarce. This is mostly because with each new path I began traveling down I also discovered that, “No, I don’t think I want to do this for the rest of my life either.”

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Well, the morning I was driving back to Lexington from Columbus at the end of Christmas break, I was stressed about going back because I wasn’t really sure what I was going to do. I had also realized that in the process of becoming a Telecommunications major (just narrowing down the options) I had never really consulted God on the matter. I had just figured that it’s what I ought to do because I was good at it, without considering if that was what He wanted me to do. So, as I was driving I turned the stereo down and just said “Alright, Lord, I’ve got three hours with You. Help me out, here.”

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Within an hour He had helped put things in a new perspective. He reminded me of my love for writing and made me realize that I was falling into the trap so many Americans do. One question kept plaguing my mind: Why on earth am I going to school to spend four years of my life and caboodles of my parents’ money to do something I merely enjoy? Every day millions of people wake up and go to jobs that they hate. God’s given me a passion and skill for writing, so why don’t I do something I love to do?
Also, something He’s taught me through the book Wild at Heart by John Eldredge (a book I highly recommend for any Christian man) is that men today have been tamed and caged up – they’re no longer the men God created them to be. Society tells us “Don’t take risks, you might get hurt. Don’t fight that battle, you might not win. Here, this is how you ought to act:” Thus, men have become safe, albeit frustrated and desperate for adventure.
Well, I realized that I was falling into that temptation to become “safe” by submitting myself to finding a “real” job and not do what God has put in my heart to love. I was not willing to take that risk, thinking “How many authors really make it on their own?”

I say all of that to tell you this: I’ve changed my major yet again . . . to English.

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I’m going to pursue this major in hopes of improving my writing skills and becoming an author. Of course, there are other things I can do with such a degree, and I can always do computer things on the side as well; web & graphic design, pc repair, etc.

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Yes, it is a little scary to think of what I’m doing. However, this is what God has put in my heart and I’ve decided to follow it. I believe He will bless my obedience.

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I imagine this may come as a shock to many of you and I’m not honestly sure what kind of reactions to expect. I hope you will simply trust that God knows what He’s doing and that I’m correctly interpreting His will. Your prayers will be most appreciated.

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Now that I’ve told you that, I’ll tell you about my new classes this semester. I’m taking an Anthropology course to satisfy a cross-cultural requirement, a class in which the professor constantly refers to how many “millions of years ago” this or that happened and I can’t help but snicker sometimes at the foolishness of the concept. The brilliant minds that believe such nonsense.
Secondly, I’m taking a Persuasive Speaking course that honestly terrifies me. I hate public speaking, you see; scares me to death, it does. I get nervous, my voice begins to quiver, my palms grow sweaty – I just don’t like doing it. However, I’m required to take such a speaking class and I would really like to get over my fear of public speaking.
Thirdly, now that I’m an English major, I have two English classes. One is a creative writing non-fiction course which I’m looking forward to. The other is some literature and genre class the major requires. Lots of reading in that one. I’ll let you know how they go.

Well, that’s all for now, and what a lot it was.

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