A List

  • Took the Music and Theology class over the weekend. Listened to a lot of emo-ish type music. Didn’t really care that much for emo-ish type music.
  • Have a music discussion project to do that I’m going to invite you to join me on. Details to come.
  • Saw the Bodyworlds exhibit on its last weekend in St. Louis. Was interested but not particularly overly-amazed. Weird.
  • Finished the window treatments I began last August for Chloe’s birthday. My dad hung them for me yesterday and I said, “Happy Birthday!” again to Chloe.
  • My dad also taught Katie how to tie her shoes. Making the task of learning to tie shoes a job of my dad’s was one of the best ideas I’ve ever had.
  • Went fabric shopping with my mom. Got fabric to make Easter dresses for all the girls, a new dress for me, a skirt for me, and all the necessary supplies to teach Maddie how to make her own shorts set. Now must begin those projects.
  • Balanced our checkbook tonight. Finally got it down to the penny and I can sleep in peace.
  • Am wondering if we’re really going to get all the snow predicted to come our way soon.
  • Checked out five movies from the library just in case.
  • Taking Maddie to the eye doctor again on Wednesday. She most likely needs an upgraded prescription. She most likely inherited my terrible eye-sight.
  • Listened to Craig substitute-lead worship at an interesting CMA church plant on Sunday. He did a great job. The church…was interesting. Reminded me of some of our past church experiences and sort of why we’re in the PCA now.
  • Still have no clue who to vote for in November. Honestly couldn’t care less right now.
  • Beginning to worry a bit about our status with the IRS. We’ve always gotten a pretty big refund in the past, but my payments this fall were not taxed. We still don’t know where we stand and I’m beginning to worry. But just a bit.
  • Went to a coffee shop last week to sew with a gal I met on a craft board. Enjoyed the time very much and plan to do it again.
  • Remembered I really like raspberry steamers. Probably haven’t had one in 3.5 years. Wondered why I forgot.
  • Ramble-wrote a very long list. Not sure why I did it. Not sure anyone wants to read it.
  • Going to bed. Night.
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10 thoughts on “A List

  1. amy says:

    I enjoyed reading it
    not sure why
    don’t even know you
    now I’m asking myself why
    still don’t know
    thinking I will try this list making kinda thingy on my blog
    maybe then someone will read it…..smile

    Like

  2. Jenni Simmons says:

    I saw Body Worlds here in Houston and it was weird, but I also liked aspects of the exhibit as well. To me, I saw the glory of God’s creation. But since the exhibit, my husband and I often discuss – was it good to view it or not? Interesting nonetheless.

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  3. Megan says:

    Yeah, I know what you mean. Couldn’t decide if this was a proper way to treat a human body or not (and therefore was it okay to view it?).
    While looking at them, it was really hard for me to even remember they were once real people. It just seemed like artistic sculpture to me.

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  4. amy says:

    I enjoyed reading it
    not sure why
    don’t even know you
    now I’m asking myself why
    still don’t know
    thinking I will try this list making kinda thingy on my blog
    maybe then someone will read it…..smile

    Like

  5. Jenni Simmons says:

    I saw Body Worlds here in Houston and it was weird, but I also liked aspects of the exhibit as well. To me, I saw the glory of God’s creation. But since the exhibit, my husband and I often discuss – was it good to view it or not? Interesting nonetheless.

    Like

  6. Megan says:

    Yeah, I know what you mean. Couldn’t decide if this was a proper way to treat a human body or not (and therefore was it okay to view it?).
    While looking at them, it was really hard for me to even remember they were once real people. It just seemed like artistic sculpture to me.

    Like

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