in addition to the previous list

  1. I got hit by a car – no worries I’m fine, just minor bruises and scratches (I was walking)… and confusion over pedestrian confidence/driver conscience
  2. I shared this silly analogy with my grandparents and I feel it’s fitting: I feel as if I’m running around in circles… and then I realize I actually am and I better sit down before people around me think I’m crazier than I already am for playing an imaginary game of duck-duck-goose.
  3. It does not feel like December… at all.
  4. I’m getting a little discouraged. A lot bit, to be exact.
  5. I don’t think I can do all this … and do it well. My mom always told me – if it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well. What if there are LOTS of things worth doing, mom? What do I do then?
  6. I’m SUPER excited about several Christmas service projects that have me KNEE deep right now: gifts for the kids at the trash dump school Amor y Fe y Esperanza, Christmas party for the 11th grade girls, Christmas concerts (where I will be singing and playing in the band), helping to sell baskets and jewelry to raise money for the feeding center, and welcoming a student from Texas who raised $4,000 to share Christmas with an orphanage in Valle. WOW.
  7. Above is evidence that God is good. All the time.
  8. Answering the invitation to meet with a Savior who came oh-so-humbly… and being blown away.
  9. I’m reading a wonderful, borrowed book called “The Singer” by Calvin Miller.
  10. Listening with great fervor to new and old Christmas music. Please check out one of my new favorites: Wake up the World by JJ Heller (below).

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