Jul 30, 2008


Tonight I played ultimate frisbee. Both teams I was on lost. I am finding, however, that I dearly love to play the game. I think it will be a new pastime at skeool.

I have the privilege of studying Romans 12 this summer. In verse 2 it says we should be transformed by the renewing of our minds so that we can test and approve the will of God.

I would really like to know the will of God, folks.

Am I going to live in Africa? Should I drop out of school? Should I be a nursing major still? What does God want me to do with my life? Will I ever be good at sports?

However, with the wonderful guiding of FAYE!!!!!!, we came to the conclusion that the will of God has nothing to do with the answers to the aforementioned questions.

Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength. Love your neighbor as yourself. Seek justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with your God. The list continues.

Where am I headed? Away from here. Metaphorically speaking of course.

Wherever God's will is taking me, I put in my request now for giant chewy Nerds to be available, people to play ultimate frisbee, and friends to talk about poop with me. Because that, my friends, is a good day.

Today was a good day.


  1. I also enjoy a good game of Ultimate. wise words from that friend of yours. thanks for sharing

  2. I'm more of a fan of these


  3. frisbee, africa, love?
    you're sooo cool.
    but the whole thing about poop,
    i'm not so sure about.
    who are these people in the nuclear deserts of washington, and what are they doing to you??

    i'm so excited to be able to see you again someday. nearer to home. :)

  4. that bible study was uncomfortably difficult for me. I'm glad we came to the conclusion we did...and I'm glad you restated it on here so I could remember it.

    I'm also glad you came to West Side this summer. I can't believe we're almost done. I miss everyone already even though we're all still here.--molly