Monday, April 9, 2007

I switched over

To wordpress. You can find me at

Thursday, March 29, 2007

My life on days

So i realized that the schedule i keep right now makes it virtually impossible to see my friends. I go to bed before 12am which insures my nighttime buddies don't see me, but then I work in the evenings, so my more normal hang out when the sun's out friends are off limits then too. Ahhh...i miss you guys.

I have to admit, I have so much more energy. I'm a little out of it...but i seem to be able to think clearer too. And oh yes....if I want to take a walk...i can take a flippin walk! That's glorious. If I need to go to the store, i can go to the store. And i no longer have to cover up my windows and I can wake up to the sun. And lastly, loud music and lawn mowers no longer disturb my sleep schedule. It's beautiful.

I start a new job today!!! I work at Panera Bread off college blvd and metcalf (right by kinko's and franklin covey) so if you have time stop by and say hi.

I think that's about it.

Sunday, March 25, 2007

Things I love from my day today

Long drives
Old friends
large bodies of water
free air in my tires
close friends
my roommate
intimate prayer
Mt. 11:28
fresh start
finishing a book
my ipod
days off!!!!!!

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

jewel of wisdom

So I'm reading Hind's Feet on High Places right now. I'm usually not a fan of allegories, but this one is moving my heart. I am trembling as I read this sucker. It has a lot to do with the fact that the Lord sent me on a personal journey through song of solomon (which is clearly the primary influence of this book)...and the random psalms sung throughout it.

So anyways...I found a jewel of wisdom I'd like to share with y'all. We all know it, it's just a helpful little reminder.

She is talking to the Shepherd about the beautiful flowers in far off lands that no one gets to see. She confessed to him that she felt as though the beauty of these flowers was being wasted. It's his response where the wisdom lies (of course)...remember...this is an allegory!!

"Nothing my Father and I have made is ever wasted," he said quietly, "and the little wild flowers have a wonderful lesson to teach. They offer themselves so sweetly and confidently and willingly, even if it seems that there is no one to appreciate them. Just as though they sang a joyous little song to themselves, that it is so happy to love, even though one is not loved in return."

Isn't that so beautiful? moves my heart.

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

I'm pullin an emily

So I have a feelings a lot more people visit my blog than those who leave here's now an issue of intergrity.

Yep...I want comments from ya all....but not just any comments...i want words. Bible verses will do. Random prophecy..and prayers.

So leave em...and funny jokes if you have those. Don't forget to comment.

Monday, March 19, 2007

so about darin damme

Have I ever mentioned he's great?? He's really awesome....and if you haven't seen him dance you should seriously play 90's music around him and be prepared to laugh so hard you'll cry.'s amazing.

Saturday, March 17, 2007

Intimacy for real

I love communion. I mean, the actual flesh and blood. To take it alone means I get to remember my salvation...and be thankful. To look upon the oath I made to him and focus on his oath to me and partake of the eat his flesh and drink his blood. Now that's intimacy. For can't ask for much more than that.

Then with a community means we together, as one body, can stand together in unity over one thing...the cross. To look upon the one man that binds us together and coporately offer our lives back to him wholly in dedication. To proclaim in front of one another that we still believe...we still stand...and most importantly...we still say yes.

Ahh...I love communion. I miss it. It's been awhile and I must confess...I am having withdraws. I know it sounds weird, but it's been such an important part of my salvation. When I first got saved, Kyle used to have a little house church where we would take communion together every thursday. Then I would take it with a couple of friends once a week, then Jared's little prayer room team, then by myself everyday. I haven't in awhile though...and I miss it here is my public declaration...I STILL SAY YES! Yes, and I'm thankful for the cross. I'm thankful for mercy. I'm thankful for Jesus. I say yes...