Sometimes it is ever so nice to be on Holiday and get paid for it. Well, technically I did work today, if you call driving a city bus filled with the Swiss sludge curling paralympic team members wherever they need to go, work, then yes I worked. But in the down time as they practiced I was able to catch up in my journal and write a letter to my missionary brother. I drove around with my co-driver, Yvonne. She's probably late sixties and has sparkly silver hair that she covers with a rain bonnet on rainy days especially like today. I love old lady bus drivers.
I love Olympic cheer.
I love the smiling faces at the front desk as I walk through the sliding glass doors at ground floor.
I love the slish of the Holiday Inn hotel key card to let me in my room.
I love the fresh towel refill and cleaned bathroom.
I love how they fold the tail of the toilet paper twice to make a tip.
I love the new linens, even if I have to untuck three sides of the bed just to get in.
I love how much room I have and that I'm not paying for it.
It is a tad lonely, but I'm super content. In a state of peaceful happiness. My life sure is looking up, right at the stars. I'm out of debt, I'm going to Alaska for the summer, I will get a new car and will soon finish school. I like being single but I'm ready whenever God is to get me a husband. :) But life is sunny, my eyes are bright, my heart is free, I'm skipping down a yellow brick road with bare feet and whatever happens, I'm ready. And for now I'm great.