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Monday, November 28, 2011

Rainy Day

I'm not sure if it was raining everywhere else, but it certainly rained here. Not that I'm against rain, or anything. ;) But as I sat curled up in the chair with my favorite fuzzy blanket, and cup of hot tea, I thought about.......the ionic compounds in most water, especially rain. I know, I know: that was not what you were expecting. And I don't even like science! But I was going over in my mind what safe pranks you could do with rain water...after all, it does conduct electricity... ::innocentlook:: ;)

But, really, even though it would be considered a gloomy day by most, I enjoyed it! Watching the wind blow, and the rain fall, and the temperature drop. You know, tomorrow, it's supposed to snow up here, again. That should be fun...maybe....

While I was working on school, I listened to Christmas music. I love Christmas music! :) And can you believe that December is almost here?! I feel like we just started 2011. And here we are about to move into a new year. My, my; the older you get, the more you have to do, and the faster the year goes by. As it gets closer to Christmas, I'll dedicate a post to the highlights of my 2011. Hope you are all warm and cozy, at home, with a cup of hot tea/chocolate.

Merry Christmas Y'all!

Always in His Arms,

Friday, November 25, 2011

I finally started a blog...

Hello Everyone!

Well, I finally did it...I started my very own blog. I've been meaning to, for quite a while. But, I never really got around to it.

Anyway, this blog will have a wide variety of "stuff," on it: ramblings, competitive debate/speech, politics, theology, philosophy, school, recipes, tips, quotes, photos, lessons I've learned, and the latest wonderful "things" God is doing in my life................and maybe some other stuff. ;)

Perhaps, some of you may find my blog interesting, I certainly hope you do...

Always in His Arms,