It doesn't really make sense why that would happen in my second year at a place. The itch dulls over time, but it's always so strong in that second year in a place, when I'm putting the finishing touches on my newly improved comfort zone. I've heard many sermons about how G-d calls us out of our comfort zones, and maybe that's what this is; maybe that's just really true. But, I'm tempted to think that my comfort zone is starting to become leaving my comfort zone. Is that possible? I know it's a little paradoxical if read literally, so I ask you to read it with my intention in mind.
All this to say, I'm inching toward the moment when I'll have to make a decision about extending my contract in Korea. It's certainly not here, but I can see pros and cons in each column. I think, again think, I know the correct answer (that is, what G-d is leading me toward), but I'm not positive, and I could use some prayers on the subject. At this point, advice is only going to confuse me, so, while I greatly appreciate your hearts and intentions, I ask you to redirect those simply to prayer.
There are so many options out there, and I'm incredibly excited to see where G-d leads me next (or has me stay, as the case may be). Wherever it is, know that I love you all, I'm thinking of you all, and I'd always love to hear from you, email, comment, or snail mail!
Anne Nicole Royster
SPECIAL DISTRICT OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
Korea Nazarene University (Attn. Jenny Kim)
#115 Faith Hall (Miteumgwan)
456 Ssangyong-Dong Seobukgu Cheonan City Choongnam
331 718 South Korea