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Psalm 103:2-3

Psalm 103:2-3 Dear Lord, Thank you, Lord, for all you’ve done for me. Don’t let me forget that you are always blessing me whether I notice it or not. Thank you for forgiving my sins, and thank you for healing me. I trust you and love you, Lord. Amen 詩篇103:2-3 親愛なる主よ、 主よ、あなたが私のためにしてくださったすべてのことに感謝します。私が気づこうが気づくまいが、あなたはいつも私を祝福してくださっていることを、私に忘れさせないでください。私の罪を赦し、癒してくださってありがとうございます。主よ、あなたを信じ、あなたを愛します。 アーメン

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Captain's Log, Supplemental

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1. What is your occupation? Full-time writer with major procrastination disease
2. What color are your socks right now? none
3. What are you listening to right now? nothing, although I was listening to the Creative Mind System that's supposed to have theta waves to make you think creatively.
4. What was the last thing that you ate? tuna fish sandwich
5. Can you drive a stick shift? yes, love it
6. If you were a color what would you be? pink
7. Last person you spoke to on the phone? Robin
8. Do you like the person who sent this to you? love her
9. How old are you today? 34
10. Favorite drink? English Breakfast tea with cream and sugar
11. What is your favorite sport to watch? volleyball or baseball
12. Have you ever dyed your hair? pink (as in berry pink) highlights (college years)
13. Pets? Snickers
14. Favorite food? aged steak
15. What was the last movie you watched? X-Men 3
16. Favorite day of the year? birthday
17. What do you do to vent anger? Call Robin, Heather, or Cheryl
18. What was your favorite toy as a child? books
19. What is your favorite, fall or spring? fall
20. Hugs or kisses? hugs
21. Cherries or Blueberries? fresh bing cherries
22. Do you want your friends to email you back? they don't have to
23. Who is most likely to respond? Dunno
24. Who is least likely to respond? Dunno
25. Living arrangements? hubby and dog in a small house
26. When was the last time you cried? probably yesterday at some sappy commercial or TV show.
27. What is on the floor of your closet? my laundry basket
28. What did you do last night? read a bad book
30. What inspires you? music and the Bible
31. What are you afraid of? confrontation
32. Plain, cheese or spicy hamburgers? Cheese
33. Favorite dog breed? mutt
34. Number of keys on your key ring? 7
35. How many years at your current job? Biologist: 10 Full-time writer: 1
37. Favorite day of the week? Monday--a whole week of good intentions ahead of me.
38. How many states have you lived in? 2
39. Favorite holidays? none. Maybe Easter
40. Ever driven a Motorcycle or heavy machinery? no
41. Countries you have traveled to? Japan, China

TMI:

Bible in 90 Days:
Day 8. I was struck by a very short phrase in Numbers chapter 5:

If any of the people—men or women—betray the Lord by doing wrong to another person, they are guilty.

This shouldn’t be new to me, right? But I couldn’t help but realize that whenever I—or anyone else—wrongs someone, that’s betraying God. That’s actually kind of frightening if you think about it.

Writing: I posted another "Health and the Writer" post at WriterQuotes, and I also posted a short article on Terry Whalin's new Writing Tip of the Day on my Story Sensei blog.

I also posted another "Write Time" article at WordPraize. And in case you missed it, my review of Calm, Cool, and Adjusted by Kristin Billerbeck is posted at the Fab Four Book Picks blog.

Had my "Sabbath" yesterday. After reading the Old Testament again, I've been feeling convicted to take a personal rest day from my writing. Hopefully it will inspire me to write more today! I spent most of Saturday plotting my story. I hate all the gaping holes I'm seeing. I need writer's duct tape. Somebody needs to invent that.

Diet: Since getting sick, I've gained 3 pounds!!! {Camy sobs into her keyboard} Who knew cough syrup would have so many calories? Well, and I guess the whiskey-honey-lemon-juice mountain cough syrup recipe isn't exactly low-cal (but it really does work).

I did Denise Austin on Friday and Saturday, but not on Sunday. Please God, help me to have discipline to exercise every day the rest of this week.

Comments

Unknown said…
If you find any of that writer's duct tape, let me know!
I'm 34 too:) You have me so curious as to which "bad book" you were reading. I know you'll never tell!
Anonymous said…
Ha, yeah, I'd stand in line for some of that writer's duct tape!
Geekwif said…
This meme is perfectly narcissistic! I'm stealing it.
eileen said…
Seriously sad knowing I am old enough to be your grandmother. sigh. But a proud one I'd be! Hugs to you!
Pammer said…
I liked your answers. That was fun.

Awww on the gaining three pounds. (Try ten!)

I'll pray that you keep on your exercise track and you can pray for me to do the same.

Love ya!
Pammer said…
Hey, this joker stole my comment.

I like the meme answers. That was fun.

Awww on gaining three pounds, but I do hope you feel better.

I'll pray for you to stay on track with your exercise (pray for me the same thing, please.) :D

Love ya!

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