There's a fieldwork position at the hospital that might be open, but my professor is still waiting to hear back from them. It's a position where I'd be seeing children every day who are in a critical condition. A very emotional setting, and a complete turnaround from what I had my mind prepared for - an outpatient clinic where I'd be working with children on things like sensory issues and handwriting problems.
I've known my placement since August, so it's wild to start thinking about going somewhere different. Somewhere completely outside of my comfort zone. Somewhere with a lot of unknowns.
Whatever happens, I know God will take care of me. In the meantime, I will try to continue stay calm and patient throughout this waiting period and remember something I've seen going around on Facebook recently.
He has been so good to me, and I trust in his faithfulness. I know when He opens that next door, as always, His plans will far outweigh my own and be so much greater than I could have possibly imagined. I trust Him to lead me exactly where I'm meant to be, and I know wherever that may be, He will be right beside me, helping me to learn and grow.
"We know that all things work for good for those who love God, who are called according to his purpose."
- Romans 9:28