Hi - it's me again. It appears I am on a 'blog once every three month' cycle, but I am hoping to break that trend and ease back into posting more regularly.
Since my writing skills are seriously rusty and need rejuvenated, I thought I'd start with one of my favorite blog hops - The Sunday Social.
What are 3 items you can't live without on a daily basis (water, food, shelter, and clothes do not count).
I'm embarrassed to say, but am sure I'm not alone... MY PHONE. I am highly dependent on this tiny electronic device that holds so much of my day to day life. Pictures, music, books, conversations, appointments, phone numbers - I rarely go anywhere without it and actually sort of sleep with it.
CAFFEINE - I prefer it in Coke form, but when I took a brief hiatus from my Coke Love, I consumed my caffeine through the Crystal Light Energy drink mix that you put into water.
I have always thought how nice it would be to be one of those women who can go without washing their hair and still look fabulous. I am not one of them. So, I also must have a SHOWER in which I WASH MY HAIR on a daily basis.
What is your all time favorite book? Why?
PRETENSE by Lori Wick. I love to read and have many favorites, but this has always topped the list. I have read it several times and love how it encompasses so much of a woman's day to day battle throughout life from the time of childhood to adulthood. It is a Christian novel, so intertwined among the individual stories is the love of Christ. It's not all happy and butterflies - it's real world, real life, and very relatable.
What is something you'd like to accomplish before the end of 2013?
I'd love to re-establish my personal time with God. I used to read His Word almost every day and keep a prayer list. It's been awhile since I've kept up with either.
If you could go back and relive any year of your life, which year would it be?
I'm thinking maybe my Senior year of college. I would appreciate it more instead of counting the days until it was over.
What do you wish people knew about you without you having to tell them?
This may sound weird but where I went to college. I went to a very small private school that is rather pricey and well known in our area. My education was paid for thankfully by scholarships and student loans, but I am always somewhat embarrassed. When someone asks where I went to school and I tell them, they are like "oh - you must be really smart" and instantly form an opinion of me without knowing the rest of me. It always makes me a tad uncomfortable.
By the way, it feels so good to write again. Until next time...
Thanks for reading.
August 3, 2013
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