Still Plugging Along

Um, I don’t know what to say. I’m not mad at you, I just haven’t had much to write. 🙂

But this blog must serve some purpose, because my friend Khara has been reading, and as a result, we’re hoping to meet up in Boulder to cheer for our hubbies on Memorial day (Bolder Boulder!).

In my free time, I’m playing Mario Kart. Productive? Not really. But it amuses me. I’ve also manage to keep up with reading one book a month, though this month was pretty cheap, I read a very short book. Maybe I ought to squeeze in another short one.

Bible study has wrapped up, and I indicated my interest in doing another one. It keeps me in the Word, so it’s a good thing.

Last week, I was going through something. It’s hard to explain, but I got it out to a few people, but I don’t quite think I dealt with it fully. It was about my hopes & dreams, and my self esteem. Another part of it was about allowing myself to be vulnerable to people who will likely hurt me. And my unwillingness to go through that. Geoff pointed out, I was not created to close myself off, to which I agreed. I do enjoy relationships that grow, but I don’t think I can open myself up to hurt. Maybe I need to give people the benefit of the doubt. Even if they do hurt me, in the end perhaps what I shared, will impact them in the future.

Okay, next topic. My passport is about to expire. Oops. That’ll show you how long it’s been since I used it. I am not adverse to traveling to the Great White North, I’m just picky about where I want to go and who I want to see. 🙂 As I tell all my Canadian friends & family, we’ll see what happens. No trips have a departure date, but there are a few cities on my list. If I had money, right now, I’d be in the beach house in Laguna Beach. Sigh, a girl can dream.

Well, dinner isn’t going to make itself (it can, it just won’t today). I’ll close with a quote from Titus (I just got the whole series!)

Christopher Titus: A lie is a lie… unless your friends and family are in on it. Then it’s a “commonly held belief.”

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