Sitting with an open court date, when it feels like everyone else has a specific court date (and I know from experience, a specific court date does not have any more assurance of when you will pass court....since I have had three specific court dates) ...makes you special. :)
So, here are my thoughts on it, (as if you wanted them...lol!)
Since I have been sitting with an open court since Feb 26, here is what makes it special:) :
-I have some paperwork that needs to get done. If I did not have an open courtdate, then when the paperwork is finally done, I would have to wait anadditional 4 to 8 weeks for a court date....this way when it is done, I go to court that week.
-I get to deepen my trust and faith and hope in God and His timing and plan for our lives.
-I get to live spontaneously with all summer plans up in the air. (lol..notlikey this one so much).
-I get to resist buying all those cute little girl spring clothes, because Imight need summer clothes instead, or heaven forbid fall clothes, and I don'tknow what her size will be.
-I get to be in the silent background, when court dates are prayed over and expected with bated breath.
-I get to wonder what is going on a lot.
-I get to be totally surprized one day....
-I get to go through all these emotions and eat lots and lots of chocolate. (and that is really healthy for you...check here: http://www.girl.com.au/chocfullofacts.htm)
SO it is special...just not in the way I thought, like oh it is going to happen really really soon. :(
On the note of totally surprized one day....go see how Jacelyn was surprized TODAY! She has been sitting with an open court since Feb 26th, just like me....and her wait has been longer. http://jjandawilkinson.blogspot.com/2009/04/this-morning-i-was-laying-in-bed-trying.html
On the not of wondering what is going on a lot, here is the update from today:
"I found out today that MOWA has two of their staff members out for training lastcouple of weeks. They are short staffed, of course, and are not able toaccommodate any of the open cases until the staff members return. I don't know when they return."