First thing's first: Mom and I finally saw Pastor Steven at the home church last Saturday (third time's the charm, right?) It was a great message. I loved the chill vibe he was giving off. Saturday service is awesome. This month, my church's second campus opened! Second campus here, where I live that is. We had a little … Continue reading Code Orange, Growing Church, And Omg, What Did I Do?
Absolutely nothing happened this week. Church and work, that's it. I wish I could post a picture, any picture, but I didn't take any. My life is ridiculous. Seriously. Am I really that boring?
Since I finished writing my favorite novel, Times, two years ago, I've often thought that 50,000 words was too short and I wouldn't get my point across. Last year, I was eager to edit it, rewrite it, send it out, fix things, and get it published. But I never felt ready. I was so concerned with a … Continue reading Short And Strong
Today I will fill my life with things that I love, and have a positive attitude towards the things I don't. Life is too short to let unhappy people bring you down. Life is too short to let what they say, dictate how you feel about yourself. Life is too short to not do what you've … Continue reading This Life
This has been a fun week, I guess. Mom and I took the four kittens to get fixed. While we were waiting, we went to a museum that was near by, and we saw some trains. We also saw some neat, old cars. Tuesday was the Supernatural season 10 premier. It was alright. I thought it was … Continue reading Old Cars, New Tricks
I cannot wait until Monday! I get to go on vacation with a friend of mine from college/Tennessee! And two other girls, possibly. I don't care, I'm gettin' on outta hea! Five days of nothing but awesome. Shasta got snipped this week. Poor baby. But he did fine when we brought him home. It didn't … Continue reading Get On Outta Here!
Yesterday, I had to drive farther than I had before, and, in a more condensed area, with traffic and stuff. Mom says I did a good job, probably because I was too nervous to mess up. On the way home though, once I got through it, I looked at Mom (for a split second, I … Continue reading A Hint Of Fear
I went to see my boss on Monday, who told me to go to the doctors. The doctor told me that I did the right thing, go home and wrap it up. No reason to go to the ER in the first place. That night, I woke up with my foot in a puddle. My … Continue reading Foot Update And Other Things
Old is subjective. I use this word loosely, but at least you understand that he's not 20 (I believe he is somewhere around 50, maybe 60). I live on a lake. I may not have lake property, but that doesn't stop me from enjoying the view. You know who else lives on the lake? Authors. … Continue reading Tell Me More, Old Man
On January 1st of last year, I cried. I felt like everything that had gone wrong was my fault. Looking back, it seems a little mellow-dramatic. If you would like to read it, click here. This year, however, I almost forgot. What? How? Well, it was just another, normal day for me, just like any … Continue reading At Least I Didn’t Cry