Monday, June 30, 2008
Friday, June 27, 2008
1. Where is your cell phone? Desk
2. Your significant other? Hero
3. Your hair? Brown
4. Your mother? Fun
5. Your father? Passionate
6. Your favorite thing? Love
7. Your dream last night? Fuzzy
8. Your favorite drink? Tea
9. Your dream/goal? Heaven
10. The room you’re in? Cubicle
11. Your church? Promising
12. Your fear? Dark
13. Where do you want to be in 6 years? Vacation
14. Where were you last night? Andalusia
15. What you’re not? Sophisticated
16. Muffins? Pecan
17. One of your wish list items? Direction
18. Where you grew up? Elba
19. The last thing you did? Interview
20. What are you wearing? Gauchos
21. Your TV? Home
22. Your pets? Someday
23. Your computer? Used
24. Your life? Blessed
25. Your mood? Excited
26. Missing someone? Girlfriends
27. Your car? Fusion
28. Something you’re not wearing? Flipflops
29. Favorite store? Crafts
30. Your summer? Fast
31. Like(love) someone? Plenty
32. Your favorite color? Green
33. Last time you laughed? Today
34. Last time you cried? Sunday
35. Who will repost this? April
Monday, June 23, 2008
I'm going to HOTlanta this weekend with a bunch of wild and crazy women! Anybody else gonna be there?
This will be my first trip with the women from Bethany and my first in-person Beth Moore event, so I'm really looking forward to it. Mom and I both have to work on Friday, so we'll be arriving late Friday night. With that many Christian women in one place, it's sure to be an exciting weekend.
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
His hemoglobin (red blood cell count) was a little higher than normal, which the doctor thinks is a result of his bone marrow overcompensating for the chemo. So, the doctor's orders were for Gunter to donate a unit of blood this week and come back for a PET scan in 8 weeks. He doesn't think this is related to Hodgkin's and that the higher hemoglobin might be the cause of the itching he's been having for the last couple of months.
Sounds like good news to me! Thank you for your prayers! It amazes me how our BIG, merciful God listens to the earnest prayers of His people. I'm also amazed at how brothers and sisters in Christ are willing to lift each other up so faithfully.
I'm excited that the good things God is up to in our lives won't be stifled by cancer. But you know, God does great things through His people, cancer-free or not.
Monday, June 9, 2008
Thursday, June 5, 2008
But before we saw the cabin, he showed us his new black motorcycle. Go figure.
Back to talking about "old" stuff, I love history, stories and antiques (and junk most people wouldn't call "antiques"). It got me thinking... When we're in our 70s or older, what will be considered "antiques"? What will hang on the walls of our cabins and country restaurants from right now, from our time gone by? Treasured items from my childhood differ quite a bit from Mr. Milford's plow, but here are some ideas...
A plastic DuckTales lunchbox and thermos, just like I took to kindergarten
Some sort of Apple computer, on which we used to play...
There's no telling how many My Little Pony toys and Barbies I had.
And don't forget those stylish pink jelly shoes I HAD to wear until my toes scrunched up at the ends.
Funny how items from the 80s are now called "vintage."