Well, I began my internship at one school, and was moved to another school and told I'd have to start over. This was okay because of circumstances to complicated to relate in anything short of a very boring book. And, the school I was moved to is a Christian school where I was given the opportunity to take classes over and run the way I wanted.
My time at this new school has been a blessing. I've made some really good friends with the staff and some great connections with the students. I've been there for 4-5 weeks now, and I just got word that my college supervisors are satisfied with my performance so: Good news is I can be done whenever I'm ready (they suggested that today be my last day), Bad news is I hate to leave.
The staff at this school have really welcomed me in--they have even offered me a position (a paying one). I have had to pray hard about this. It's so tempting to want to say yes to people who so openly want you. It wasn't an easy decision to make, but my wife and I have sought God in this, and we both feel that God is calling me somewhere else.
So, next Friday will be my last official day as an intern. All I will lack is typing up all of the documentation I have built up and turn it all in, and then, I'll have my degree.
This has been a long and crazy journey. I've learned so much about myself, my God, and so many other things, that I can't even begin to put it into words.
Here I am.
Take a deep breath.