Day 88: Overwhelmed

Happy Monday and Day 88 of Another 100 Days of Hannah, y’all!
Early last week, I had been contemplating a post on how much better blogging went this 100 days – how there were very few short, say essentially nothing posts…
And then this weekend came, and I said approximately nothing for, what… 4 days straight?
Oops.
In any case, I’m back!
Well, sort of back.
I’m physically back at home anyway, which means I can more easily run at my standing desk during my typical pre-work blogging session.
However, after a long (though good) weekend with friends this weekend, I’m exhausted and not really ready for another week of work.
 
But, I guess it’s here whether I’m ready for it or not.
 
Admittedly, some of my exhaustion today probably comes from already dreading next week’s travel schedule, because there are still 25 patients on my schedule one day (not happening guys, not happening), there is still no central location (or good location at all really) for me to stay in, I’m still supposed to be crossing time zones, and I still have not heard if this is supposed to be a routine travel distance or not.
 
I know we’re told not to worry about tomorrow, for today has enough cares of its own, but, guys, that’s really hard some days.
 
It’s hard to let go of the future.
It’s hard to release the feeling of being out of control and trust God.
 
And that’s sort of where I am today.
 
Exhausted and overwhelmed.
Bleh.
Let’s try again tomorrow.
 
‘Til then,
 
Hannah

 

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