altogether Beautiful...

That is what my Jesus is to me. His voice is sweet, and His form is lovely. The most amazing, incomprehensible thing, though, is that I am altogether Beautiful to Him.

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I am a daughter of the King. I am a friend of sinners. I am confident that nothing shall separate me from the love of God. I am seeking a heart after God's own heart. I am righteous in Jesus Christ, apart from the works of the law. I am not ashamed of the Gospel.

Sunday, January 22, 2006

everyone should fall in love...

Sheesh! I get annoyed at people when they don't update every day~ sorry for the delay... if anyone reads this than I am sure you are very perturbed.

So! This week I got to talk to Molly Buehler!! She is So much fun and I miss her like crazy! Anyone who's met her knows what I'm talking about... Pray for her as she is looking for a job, and for God's will as she gets ready to start school.

Last night I got to see my Great friend, Jeff Hawkins, for the first time in Forever!! We had planned on going to see Glory Road (which we did see). I invited my brother, Matthew, and then Jeff called and asked if he could bring Jackie. "Of course you can, who is she?" Aww... they're seeing each other! So the four of us had a fantastic evening, movie, then a late dinner at Spaghetti Warehouse. Jackie is so sweet and I think she's good for Jeff. And Finally Matthew liked some of my friends! (He likes you too, Molly :-)

I haven't talked to my brother, Luke, in forever. But talking to three very cool girls from my church, he's doing great. :-) They're like his other little sisters.

My computer class is going well.

Next weekend~ Here We Come Dallas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yep, got a little road trip planned and it's gonna' be a blast. I'll keep you posted ;-)

Love ya All!!

Saturday, January 14, 2006

Traffic Stopping!

Hey y'all! Would you ever believe?? Traffic stopped for me last night! And I don't mean because I got in a wreck :-) I was driving onto Tinker Air Force Base, headed to the Exchange (shopping center)... there are two lanes into the base, and an officer at each to check your military ID before you enter. Well, the Exchange is a ways away to the right. There is a small service road which heads that direction, but which had been closed for a long time, so I have always gone straight ahead on the main roads and come around. Anyway, I was entering the base through the left lane. The officer greeted me cheerfully, and of course I'm always cheerful and so I smiled and greeted him back. There were quite a few people in both lines, but I decided to quickly ask him if it was possible to get to the Exchange from that side road. He said "Yes, it sure is." THEN he called to the other officer, "Stop Traffic!" a van was already moving through that line so he called again, "Stop Traffic! Stop that car!" And he smiled and I said, "Oh! Wow, Thank You!" and crossed in front of the van with the bewildered driver and went my merry way down the service road to the Exchange. :) He made my day :D

In Other news... I got Paris pictures printed today!! YAY!!!! They have been waiting over three years now, and I finally did it! I spent $43.94 and left wishing I had much more money. I printed 90 4x6's 18 5x7's 5 wallets, and 1 8x10. You guys, the pictures are absolutely AmAzInG!! I truly couldn't believe how stunning so many of them were. Pure art. And I'm not a photographer~ the pictures make themselves. But now, I am not satisfied with the sizes. I need to go back and print many more 8x10's and at least several 10x14's or whatever the next size up is. Really. My bedroom walls are quite bare right now, they have been waiting for me to get around to figuring out how to print from a CD... yes, I know, it's easy... but I didn't know that until last Monday. I just went to WalMart, but the quality is really good. I can't wait until my walls are covered with Paris!!

I also found out that my Saturday 8-5 computer class actually only lasts until 9:45, the rest is basically "lab," working on whatever was discussed. Yep, I finished at 11. And That is only because all the power in our house went off during the night, so my 6:15 alarm didn't go off. My mom woke me up at 8:30 (I slept for 10 hours!) and I live 20 minutes from school. I wasn't ready for the day yet, so I got to class at 9:30. Oh well, didn't miss much :-) And this means that I Will have my Saturday's for the next 4 weeks, And that I won't have to do homework outside of class!! WooHoo!!

Well, I love you all~ Thank's for reading!!


Thursday, January 12, 2006

some pictures from Paris...

Friday, January 06, 2006

a Pure heart...

Well I've just been thinking lately, and I wanted you all to know, that Rebecca Linzey has the purest heart of anyone I think I've ever met. Now she needs to learn and grow for sure, she's not perfect, but her Heart Is. Anyway, just wanted to make it official.

Tuesday, January 03, 2006


I'm sitting here, with so much life in my mind, wondering what to type. God is so glorious and has ushered in 2006 with tremendous pizaz. Yes, I said pizaz :-)

My brother has been home for almost a month now, and has one full day left before heading to Athens, Georgia for Navy Supply School. He truly harassed me this evening while we were sitting on the couch. It has been so long since he was 17 I had forgotten how aggressively harassing he could be. It was great. Please pray for his safety and success as he moves away for good as an officer in the US Navy.

Matthew played a great game of basketball last night. Also very aggressive and landing his shots! I'm so glad I was there to see it.

Spent the last day of the new year having a blast. First I watched as two very young very dear friends were united in holy matrimony - Go Brandon and Rachael! Then I went with 5 friends to the Braum's outdoor Ice Skating rink accross from the Civic Center. Oh, it was So fun! I found that I MUCH prefer skating 1) when my skates are Not cutting off all circulation from my ankle down and 2) when I am holding hands with a friend. This poor tottering soul was not looking terribly proficient on the ice when Rebecca Linzey came and grabbed my hand. We made a chain and from then on skating was as charming as the winter sport is supposed to be!

Later on we all went to Sonic with half of the downtown population, and then we went to the parking garage to watch the fireworks at midnight. Needless to say, I screamed like crazy during the best parts of the explosions!! Amanda Young thanked me after for making so much noise so that she, too, could scream. Anytime, girly :-) We made our way to the Myriad Gardens where I practiced my banister-sliding skills with my tutor, Miss Linzey. We finally headed back to the TC where Becca and I went to sleep at a very reasonable 2am.

Since the purpose of this blog is actually Not to simply chronicle my life, I will say goodbye for now.

To those I know, know that I love you. To those I have not yet met, I'm sure I will like you when we do meet! Hopefully that will be soon.
May the Peace of God dwell in your hearts.