St. Patrick’s Day Parade + Good News

A little piece of home (Richardson, TX)

These guys definitely had the worst parade job-manually pushing the bubble machine float

I wore my green!

The parade itself wasn’t too impressive, but the atmosphere and people-watching make it a must-see. It’s also funny to see the things people do to have a good view. I saw two families that brought ladders for their children to sit on top of.

My good news is that…I found a job and a place to live!

My job will be “minding” a 3-year old girl (and maybe one of her friends) from 7:30 to 4:30 M-F. She goes to pre-school every day from 9-12, so I will have those hours off.  I met the mom and the girl today and they are incredibly nice and from the Philippines! Also, the mom is WAY more easygoing than my previous employers, so I think this will be a better environment for me. I heard about this job through a friend literally an hour after I found out my last job was ending, and everything fell into place.

Over the weekend I found an online posting for a room to rent in a flat in the general area I wanted to live. Something about this posting really grabbed my attention and I couldn’t stop thinking about it.  I went to look at the flat yesterday and really, really liked it. They let me know last night that they wanted to rent the room to me, and that I can move in on Wednesday. My roommate is a Mexican girl, so I am excited to (hopefully) practice Spanish with her.

I am so excited to be back in Dublin and so thankful that God has provided for me once again, and quickly!

4 Comments Add yours

  1. George says:

    Wow, Emily, the Lord has certainly provided for you and impressed you with his loving care. I rejoice with you! Your employ and board seem to be a good match for you! From what island in the Philippines is your employer.

    Thanks for including all the St. Patrick’s Day parade pictures – I enjoyed all of them. And I can’t believe that a high school group from Richardson, Texas was there – perhaps a providential sight for your benefit?

    God is proving his faithfulness and love to you – he is eminently lovable!

    1. Emily says:

      Thanks Dad. Carin (my boss) is from Luzon.
      There was also a marching band from Odessa in the parade. There were probably just as many groups from the US as from Ireland. Ireland is just such a small country!

  2. gioia says:

    That’s wonderful news Emily!!

    1. Emily says:

      Thank you, Gioia! I am going to send you and Patrick a letter soon. Hope you are doing well!

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