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Even though I do know that I am wonderfully made by God for a purpose, and I have just completed cleaning out my "thought closet", (Jennifer Rothschild's Me, Myself and Lies Bible study), I do not want to list 100 things about myself.
This is what I feel the need to do today, (or maybe tomorrow?) beginning in order, but probably not staying exactly in order, because that's the way I am,
wanting to be organized,. . .but not exactly in order, yet.
It may be 100, maybe not, let's see! I feel like it is 100 things that I have to do, with them all swimming around in my head, so I do need to make this list.
1. Wake up,
2. get out of bed,
3. and kiss my husband before he left for work at 6:30 a.m.
4. Brush my teeth.
5. Spend time in prayer and in God's Word.
6. Cook breakfast and eat with my son.
7. Watch Beth Moore's video/blog for our last summer Bible study gathering.
8. Read Shelli's Hopefully Devoted post for our blog group for the above study.
9. Do the final interactive assignments on the Hopefully Devoted blog.
10. Be available for my son.
11. Take him to the school for workout.
12. Make this list.
13. Call Animal Control.
14. Call the dentist office to confirm tomorrow's appointment.
15. Pick my son up from the school.
16. Take my son to the church.
17. Pick my son up from the church.
20 Work in my classroom.
21. Get my hair highlighted and cut.
22. Pick my son up from my parents' house. (They met me at the beauty shop.)
23. Make myself something for lunch.
24. Eat lunch.
25. Go to our house in Texas to work a very little bit, borrowing my parents' pick-up. (which means I got my
hair sweaty before getting to show it to my husband)
26. Make decisions about throwing things away.
27. Throw some things away.
28. Drive back to my parents' house to return the pick-up, that we didn't load
29. Drive back to our home in Oklahoma.
30. Call my husband.
31. "Freshen up" for my husband.
32. Cook supper.
33. Sit down, pray and eat, and enjoy my family's company.
34. Brush my teeth.
35 Call one eye dr. to order contacts.
36Call another eye dr. to make an appt. for my son.
37 Help my daughter with paper work for scholarship renewal.
38. Help my daughter with anything that she can use my help with.
39. Shop with my daughter.
40. Take a form by the high school for signature and mail off, for my son.
41. Put a book that I need to return to a friend in an envelope and mail it.
44 Read my Bible again.
45 Laundry was done somewhere way up there.
46 Fold and put away the laundry.
47 Laundry will need to be done again.
48 Spend time with my family walking. . .
49. watch a movie,
50play a game
51. Pray with both. . .they're not children, but we still pray with them.
52 Get ready for bed.
53 Brush my teeth.
55. Finish this list and link it while it's still today!'
Okay, that is just 55. If you are still reading this, I know there are at least 45 things that I need to do in my classroom, but
I won't bore you with them.
I hope you will come back to visit my blog and introduce yourself.
I know that we all often think, "So much to do and so little time!"
I do need to make myself make lists. Of course, I did list routine things that I wouldn't write on a list.
Even though we have a lot to do, we need to always remember:
But seek first His kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.