Had a good talk with my grandfather about faith, helped him plan out his Sunday School lesson.
I made up some plans for MY youth group, including having a heart to heart with them about ablelism, because they're being shitty to the autistic kid in the group, and as someone who grew up with Tourettes, I had a lot of the same bullying.
It's been good.
I already feel a lot better in this new job than the old one.
The past few weeks, in that other new job, I was just so tired all the time. I'm tired now, but not feeling dead inside. Like, I actually have the mental acumen to write and such. It's a nice feeling.
I really should have listened to that feeling in my head that kept telling me to apply at this place earlier.
This article = good shit.
It's about Lydia from acts and how we should be focusing more on her in our journey to stop the patriarchy.
Did the one on one membership meeting to see where it is that I should serve.
They want me to be on the planning committee for missions and to be the 2nd in command for the teens.
Honestly, those are both giant callings for me.
I'm super game. And I'm super excited that my church can already see that in me and wants to take advantage of that.
Big difference from previous churches that didn't believe leading and such could be my gifts.
Trying to celebrate the little victories when living with a disability feels good until you remember the giant pile of expectations put on you because capitalism demands you to contribute as much as a able-bodied person to be considered valuable.
I just want the rest of the world to look at me and say, "yeah, that was a good effort, now rest. Is there anything we can do to help?"
she/her. disabled. queer. ojibwe.
Would tear the world apart to let people know they are loved
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