I was at the local health-food store last night (buying ingredients for the organic fudge I'm going to make for my family, yes I know, "organic" and "fudge" probably don't go together, but I thought it would be better for us than traditional chemical-laden fudge...) and the man at the register saw my chocolate chips and asked, "So, are you going to use those in something or just eat them? Because I always keep a bag in the freezer and have some every time I pass by." And I thought I was the only one!
Tuesday, December 20, 2005
What would it be? I have thought about this as I observe dogs eat. They get so excited each day for the same thing. Is there one food that I could get really excited about every day? I suppose it would be difficult to find something that was nutritionally complete though.
Friday, December 16, 2005
Yes, really. I received an email today from someone at my church saying that "college and young adult people" would be watching a football game at the church (our home-town college is at some super-championship thing). Now, going somewhere where I don't know anyone to watch a football game (I don't like football) terrifies me, but I thought it would be good to make some friends and pretend to be social. I even made some guacamole to bring (which I admit was kind of a security blanket...holding guacamole makes me feel secure, yes I have problems). So I get there, set down my guacamole and have a set. After 15 minutes it becomes clear that everyone is either in junior high, high school or early college. There are a few older people there, but everyone is watching the game. So whatever prospect of meeting people seemed somewhat hopeless at that point. And so I leave! I know, I shouldn't have left, that was stupid of me, but I got scared and didn't know what else to do. A complication: my guacamole was in one of my housemate's bowls, but I couldn't take my food (that I just brought) with me, so I left it there, went to Wal-Mart and bought a new bowl. Yes, that is why I am the biggest dork I know.
In Song of Solomon 6:6 the handsome lover is talking about some of the reasons he finds his bride-to-be so lovely:
"Your teeth are like a flock of ewes that have come up from the washing; all of them bear twins; not one among them has lots its young."
Isn't that the most romantic way you've ever heard someone say, "Your white teeth are great, and none of them are missing!"
So anyway, I just thought that was funny.
Tuesday, December 13, 2005
Friday, December 02, 2005
I wanted to thank the good commenters of my last post, I appreciated all of them. And it was especially exciting to see that someone other than Joanna or Rachna has visited my blog! It is good to hear about how other churches are. I think I have been disappointed and cynical about the one I am currently attending lately.