Well, I wasn’t planning on posting about the diet challenge more than once, but then I prayed. And you know what happens when you pray….God gives you a new plan. As I prayed for you, I felt like I was supposed to keep sharing this so y’all won’t lose ground.
I am going to challenge myself to stay totally on my diet plan for the next TEN DAYS. No crazy, forever thing. No telling myself I can’t do it or it doesn’t matter.
In my journey through Acts with my Bible Study Fellowship group, I’ve discovered and rediscovered many stories, incidents, and snippets of wisdom. So far, my favorite has been a little story of a man named Philip and an Ethiopian servant.
Have you ever played the video game Tetris? The game where there are seven different sized blocks falling, and you have to maneuver them so that they fit together, perfectly, and when you have a solid line it disappears?
I love white backgrounds, but unfortunately I don’t have a studio or a seamless white background like the pros. So this is what I did….
I type happily away on my computer, engrossed in a scene of drama, betrayal, fear, doubt, and growing tension, all ready to swallow the character up in a maw of darkness, or give way in a moment of light. The climax approaches —
About the beginning of this year, I discovered The Teaching Company. They are a company that creates college-level DVD and CD courses on hundreds of topics, featuring the top professors in the country.
A hideous beast falls in love with a beautiful young girl. Such is the essence of the “beauty and the beast” story type. Whether it’s an actual beast, a giant gorilla, a hunchback, a wild jungle man, or a masked mystery who haunts an opera house, the idea remains the same:
I’d heard so much about these books that I decided to pick up the first one for a few dollars at a book fair last week. Despite having seen the film a few years ago, I was unsure about the series.
Levi got new sunglasses for his birthday. Patience took these pictures…sooo cool.