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Monday, November 28, 2005

Things Just for Ladies

Well, it seems there are things JUST FOR THE LADIES. Today I popped into the local bike shop and saw Kathy's new bike. What a gem! How light! Apparently it is specially designed for LADIES. I reckon I'd manage it OK. Kathy's been waiting for it for awhile now, so it must be a special order. (Sorry I don't have a photo of this, yet.) [Hey Bruce... don't let Cookie read this or it could cost you megabucks!]
They even have Bibles - just for women. (You know some of us blokes get a bit of a complex with all this.)
I read in Sweeter Than Ever (www.sweeterthanever.com/) that "live, love, laugh" (that's a person) has challenged an acquaintance of hers to read 1 chapter of Proverbs EVERY day starting 1 Dec. (31 days in Dec, 31 chapters in Proverbs.) "bbsgirl" (that's another person - sure have strange names overseas) is going to do the challenge too. So, even though I'm not a lady (some blokes reckon I'm a bit of a sis), I figured I'd join the challenge and read a chapter a day right through December. So, that makes at least 4 of us. Any other starters? Click on comments below and let me know.
During November I've been sponsored by Pastors Keith and Elizabeth to read a chapter a day. So, I've read Matthew and am on to Mark, making notes to help me remember what I've read. I'm really pleased to report that I'm reading more and enjoying my time with the Lord far more. Thank you God. Awesome God. Remind me to tell you more about publicDOMAIN (see post called REACH OUT.)

6 Comments:

At 2:04 AM, Blogger bbsgirl said...

thank you for the visit and for linking me to your blog.
Feel free to cal me Jan...that's my "normal" name...hehehe.

I've been reading your blog...very interesting...I've linked you to mine and in a rather lengthly post of "getting things out of my head" I made mention of your blog as well.

 
At 5:53 AM, Blogger Darlene said...

Reading a Proverb a day is like having a healthy snack. It's just the right size, and satisfying with every bite.

I have a son named Graham. He was thought to be Downs before he was born, and so we decided to give him the most distinguished gentlemanish name that we knew. It was Graham. He has lived up to his name as a three foot tall Billy Graham peaching the gospel to all who will hear, and then some.

 
At 11:05 PM, Blogger kathi said...

Count me in! Wanna set up a fellowship blog? That would be pretty cool.

 
At 2:12 PM, Blogger Jennifer said...

Yes God is so awesome! I have really had a wonderful time of worship while doing research for the series I'm writing. There are so many nuggets of great stuff hidden in the Word!

 
At 10:18 PM, Blogger Live, Love, Laugh said...

Hey thanks for visiting my blog and for challenging everyone to the 31 Day Challenge! great site!!

 
At 8:41 PM, Blogger Quyên Phạm said...

Very good post.
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