…or maybe that was supposed to say spring is in the air Which spring is in the air. Well kind of. It flutters back and forth between being in the 50′s – 60′s to being in the 30′s. But the snow has melted. As in all of it. And that makes me a happy camper.
Anyways. I love softball. I’ve loved it ever since I first played it in the 6th grade. I loved it even more the older I got and the better I got at it. By the end of my Senior year season I walked away with a couple different awards and recognitions. One of the saddest things about being a Senior was knowing that I wouldn’t play ball again.
Thankfully I’ve had the opportunity to play on a few leagues a couple different times. One of the 1st things I was excited about after moving down here and getting settled into my new church was finding out they had a softball league!
The last couple weeks I’ve been seeing signs about the first softball meeting. But I was a bit disappointed that I wouldn’t be playing because of my back. This morning I was exceptionally disappointed because the meeting is tomorrow night. I’ve been praying for and believing in healing but decided that I could use some extra prayer this morning. At the end of service the prayer team is always up front if you need prayer for anything so I took the opportunity. I walked out of there with more flexibility and movement than I’ve had in about a month (maybe it’s only been like 2 or 3 weeks..don’t remember for sure)! I’ve done things around the house today with less pain than I’ve felt in a long time. I walked through Wal-Mart while Caleb and I grocery shopped for an hour-n-half and didn’t burst out in tears by the time we got home because of pain. I’m sitting at my computer desk for the first time in awhile without pain shooting up my back or down my legs.
So I’m going to that softball meeting tomorrow night. I know that by the time practices start my back will be 100% healed and I’ll be as good as new and ready to go! Even more exciting than getting to play the sport I love is that I’ll be interacting socially on a pretty frequent basis I’m sure and meeting new people.