Sunday, July 24, 2011
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
(Ginny can never keep her eyes open.)
3. My Papa passed away about two weeks ago. He died on his 96th birthday! Papa lived a great life. Although it was because of a sad circumstance, I was very excited to see my family. I have missed my parents so much. I also got to see extended family and I haven't seen some of them since I was "knee-high to a grasshopper."
4. I had two sweet visitors this past weekend. Elle Biffar and Melissa Reeves ventured up with Stephanie Archer and Adam Morris (visiting my roommate Danae) to North Carolina. We had a very relaxing weekend catching up on these past 5 months. We shopped in historic Wake Forest and went wedding dress shopping at an outlet store in Burlington, NC. No, I am not getting married--Elle is. I am here Maid of Honor and was thrilled to watch her try on a few dresses. :-)
5. I love my job more and more everyday. I work with some very fun people. They are so encouraging and patient as I learn the "in's and out's" of my position. They also have taken me in as family since I am so far from my home.
6. My car battery died while I was in Burlington wedding dress shopping. As it turns out, my battery was under a warrenty until next month. Praise the Lord! Today I got a new battery free of charge!
Those are the big things that have happened this past month. Please keep checking back as I will be updating at least once a week.
Here are some things you can be praying for me about:
a. Pray that I will find a home church soon. I am beginning to get discourged searching for a church.
b. Pray that I will manage my time well as I balance work, schoolwork, class, and life in general.
c. Pray that I will continue to make friends.
d. Pray for continued good health. The flu, H1N1, and sinus infection is going around. I have stayed healthy thus far and hope to keep that up.
Blessings to you all until next time.
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
The Lord sees our needs long before we see our needs. Think about it. Long before we were even born, the Lord saw the need for a Savior. So, he sent his one and only son (see any correlation from Abraham’s little adventure??) to be the sacrifice for our sins. If God can see and meet our need for a Savior thousands of years before we step foot on this planet, don’t you think he can see and provide for our needs in day-to-day life?