Friday, June 5, 2009

The Opposite of Deep Thoughts

Because I feel like  boring you...

  • I cannot stop thinking about the last chapter of The Bible Study we finished.  Self-Control.  I went through it at a snails pace, trying to soak it all in.  I keep reading and re-reading it in hopes that it will consume me until I actually start doing it.  Beth Moore says it best, "Many times we don't have a knowledge problem, we have an obedience problem."  Yep...that would be me.
  • Ran 6 miles last night faster than normal and it felt great!  Weird how that happens.  I'll attribute it to these little tasty things.   I'm still trying to get the hang of eating them while running without choking on their sugary goodness.
  • My baby boy turns FOUR tomorrow.  Why four already?!?  Just yesterday...
  • Turns out saying I'm going to take a break from blogging actually makes me feel free to blog.  Weird.
  • I'm going to start writing down everything I eat in order to shock my brain out of denial about what I'm really eating.  My poor brain...it's in for a rude awakening.  
  • I'm off to Wal-Mart with 3 boys.  Good times.  You can bet that along the way I will mull over whether or not I will swing by Starbucks and 
  1. spend too much money on a sugary delicious drink.
  2. then be forced to write it down in my new Dwight Schrutte notebook that I bought at Target because I totally thought it would be perfect for my new food journal.
  3. both try to remember and forget what Beth Moore had to say about self-control.
  4. wish I didn't really have a free will and that God would just make me do as I should...it would be so much easier, no?
Happy Friday!

7 comments:

  1. You have a Dwight Schrute notebook?

    You, my bloggy friend, seriously rock.

    =)

    My word verification is "culpit." Very similar to "culprit," don't you think? lol

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  2. I'm thinking taking 3 boys to Wal-mart will expend the calories of a Starbucks.

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  3. Lucky!!

    I can't wait until the CF Target opens!!! I need tank tops and it turns out a new note book :-)

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  4. That always happens to me too--when I say I'm going to break, then I just think up stuff to say and also find time for it. Weird.

    Lots of times I want to give up free will too. It's for the birds. I wouldn't mind being a robot...

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  5. The first time I read about those sport Jelly Belly's I had to go and look it up online, to see if they were real!!!! What a great invention!

    That sounds like a Bible Study I need to do.

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  6. What WILL they come up with next...the Electrolyte Jelly Belly - amazing! Yay for the fast 6mi! I feel like I climbed a mountain today...

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