I am stepping out of my comfort zone by right aligning this post. (Is that what it's called?)
I worry daily about the damage I'm doing to my organs with high blood sugars, coffee and diet mountain dew.
I am terrified of losing people I love, finding out I can't have kids, or losing a child one day.
I feel that God is working to teach me, in general, to let go and let Him - this life isn't really mine to live anyway.
I wake up everyday wondering what it is that I am really "supposed" to do.
I feel like I have lots of creative stuff that needs to get out and has no where to go.
I love my husband more than I could ever put into words or possibly communicate - to him or anyone else.
I know that God knows every single thing about me and every single tiny little thing that I need.
I also know that He is in control, but it is still difficult for me to be patient.
His timing is perfect and nothing is a coincidence.
The hardest part of being gluten-free is giving up biscuits.
I think it is disgusting that people watch and enjoy reality tv.
I feel guilty because I should know and care more about politics.
As a general statement, I find dogs to be much cuter than babies.
It's disgusting when people put their kids before their spouse.
I fantasize on a daily basis about Anj and I buying an old farm house, and a tractor and having a garden where we grow things.
I hate drama.
I said I'd never let a dog sleep in the bed.
Brody sleeps in my bed every night. But not under the covers.
I am jealous of people who live on a working farm or a ranch.
Part of me thinks it would have been fun to do animal science while I was at NC State.
I don't own any item at all that is baby blue.
I don't feel old at 28, but when I think about it, I feel like time is running out and I should have done more by now.
I genuinely feel blessed that God chose to have me grow up in the south.
I'm pretty certain feminism did more damage than good to the American home and marriage.
I procrastinate at everything imaginable. I am usually late.
I think God sees our worship in every action everyday - how we treat people - especially those closest to us, because those are often the most difficult.
I was born on the Fourth of July, and when I was little, my meemaw told me the fireworks were for me.
It made me feel special.
I like being the oldest sibling.
I like taking care of other people.
I wish we didn't need money to live, and I had time to visit people and a limitless budget to send people prizes in the mail.
Writing lists makes me feel like I'm spring cleaning my brain.
It takes a great deal of effort for me to keep things organized - at work, at home, schedules, calendars, "to do" lists, all of it. People who maintain organization amongst chaos fascinate me.
"Opening" stockings at Christmas is more fun to me than opening gifts.
Tomorrow is my Friday.
I would much rather people hurt my feelings than me hurt theirs.
I really want a good camera to capture as many things about life as I can.
I think children should be encouraged to appreciate the beauty in the simple things in life, and not be obsessed with material things, and chasing everybody else's dreams.
I truly believe the full moon causes drama and makes things go whack.
I don't care if that makes me sound crazy.
The older I get, the less I care what people think.
Dear linky friends from Living in Yellow - my apologies for this being more than 25, I'd just written this post recently when I came across the link up. Hope you enjoy!