Monday, May 22, 2006

the end


'Tis a sad day. The Three Musketeers have parted ways. One to become a minister. The other to seek further education. And me ... to seek my destiny.

17 comments:

sajini said...

I feel ya!! I went through that 3 years ago around this time!!! :( Pucker up sista!! I know, easier said than done!!

Jim the 3rd said...

Congratulations again, Christine. I'm kind of actually realizing that every day is my destiny in a way, I mean my whole life has been leading up to this point. Invigorating, yet anticlimactic.

Lorie said...

What does this mean? Did you graduate? Who are the 3 Muskrats? :)

Seriously...?

Witsie42 said...

Time to forge ahead and carve out your place in the world.

ckhnat said...

no no ... sorry about that. my two guy friends graduated this weekend. We're all going separate ways this summer.

RUTH said...

Praying for you Christine, that you will have a rewarding and invigorating summer. Pls pray that we will keep warm this winter!!

Anonymous said...

ruth, isn't praying for warm weather rather selfish?

ckhnat said...

erm ... is ruth asking for warm weather?

Priscilla said...

You're in those transient years that I was talking about earlier. God will carry you through. It's an exciting time...because change is exciting...but it also can leave you with a sense of loss. You'll get through this and always remember that there are new people to love and meet.

RUTH said...

Last night was cold - and we are feeling cold in this household...I would appreciate prayer that we woudln't feel cold all the time. (new house - bad heating).

We are also in a drought in Sydney - so obviously would appreciate prayer for rain.

ckhnat said...

absolutely

RUTH said...

Hey, it poured tonight, Christine..thanks for your prayers :-)

Jim the 3rd said...

Congratulations on losing your guy friends.

ckhnat said...

thanks, jim.

Jim the 3rd said...

When I graduated, I lost all my girl friends. Well, most of them.

world champ stephen neal said...

Did you have any girl friends?

ckhnat said...

Yes, I do ... but it's a lesson I learned rather late. I depended too much on the guys in the beginning.