I have never once felt angry.
I have not felt surprised.
I have felt confused.
(Not by what to do, but by why I had to do it)
I have felt sad.
(Not for my situation, but for my loved ones’ rattled faith)
I have felt empowered.
I have remebered what it is to pray and ask for strength.
(I think I may had forgotten how to do that)
I have found God in many small moments since Monday, February 4th at 1:30 pm.
I have fallen in love with my wife every second of every day and learned what true reliance is.
I have opened a Bible.
(For the first time in a long time)
I have spoken to every person who I consider Family and been strengthened by them.
I have been overwhelmed by love on social media outlets.
I have forgiven the Archdiocese.
I have come to understand that the Church tries.
(But, like everyone else, they need help too)
I have become more familiar with my new life.
I have slept well.
I have laughed at things that need to be laughed at.
I have accepted things it was time to accept.
I look forward to what I will have to do tomorrow.