"When we die, we will turn into songs, and we will hear each other and
remember each other."

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

In Conclusion. . .

I realize that if one were to read through my previous blog posts, they would encounter two or three posts talking about some sort of "life-changing" decision. Here's another one.
These last few weeks, I have been tossing around the idea of going back on a mission. It's still hard for me to shake the thought of "where would I be right now?" and "where SHOULD I be right now?".
Well, I made up my mind. I decided I am going to try to go back. If I tried, I would know whether or not it was meant to be.
Unfortunately, not long after having made that decision, the exact opposite occurred. My body gave me a gentle reminder that I am not quite at full capacity.
So, I am here to stay.
I know what you are thinking. Deciding to stay in one place is no life-changing decision. You're right. The part about my life changing is more about the way I view my situation. I have made every effort to return, but it's just not meant to be.
The next step? Find a good reason to be here. This one shouldn't be hard.


Marye said...

sometimes the hardest decision to make is to realize your life is just as it should be! I've had a lot of the same stuggles, with different decisions obviously, but all the same, i'm glad you've found some answers!

Landon and Kylie said...

Kyle, we're proud of you for trying. I think you're here to keep Landon sane. :) Come over again soon!

Roger and Laurene said...

Dear Kyle,
I'm so sad we didn't get to see you this weekend. I hear you are a good friend and great company. But then... we knew that all along, didn't we? :)
Aunt Laurene
p.s. I think you should apply to BYU-I.

Becky Green said...

I like having you here Kyle. Even though I don't see you that often, whenever I do, you seriously make my day brighter. I would have been happy for you if you were able to return to the field, but I can see why God would want you to stick around. If you can effect more people the way you effect me, it's worth it.