April 2009 - Rachelle Adams

Officially the Start of a New Week

I certainly had no intentions of being awake as Saturday melted into Sunday. Alas, I am. Whilst I wind down and prepare for bed, I will blog a little.

I decided to set a few goals for the week. One goal would have been smart, but I’m not that kind of gal. I ended up with seven goals. I know, I know … I’m probably setting myself for failure. OR … I could be setting myself up for seven times the success that I would have had with only one goal.

For the sake of at least a smidge of accountability, I’m going to share those seven goals with you. I hope I can remember them without walking to the bathroom to read the Post-it Note on the mirror …

1) Have at least 5 times of devotion
2) Go to the gym at least 5 out of 7 days
3) Up by 6am Sunday through Friday (I’m cutting myself a break on Saturday!)
4) Bed by 10pm Sunday through Thursday (I decided bed by 10 on Saturday just wasn’t an achievable goal this week considering it was after 10 when I was compiling my goals.)
5) Lose 1 pound
6) Read at least 3 chapters of Boundaries
7) Read at least 2 chapters of The Shack

I’ll report back and let you know how I do. There isn’t anything spectacular about my goals. In fact, most of my goals are things normal people do all of the time. I’m a little slow in some areas. God is good. He loves me anyway, and He has given me the Holy Spirit to help me grow. What more could a gal want? :O)

Oh! I remembered my goals without looking at the Post-it Note! That means I’m off to a good start!

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Hilarious Conversation with my Grandmother

Grandma: “You know ‘X’ was in the paper today.”
Me: “Oh yeah?”
Grandma: “Yeah, for that sport he plays. What is it? Volleyball? I think he plays volleyball.”
Me: “Really? I don’t think he plays volleyball.”
Grandma: “He plays that one where you kick the ball – I think.”
Me: “Soccer? Volleyball uses a net. You have to get the ball over the net.”
Grandma: “Oh, you use bats to get it over the net?”
Me: “No …”
Grandma: “Well, I know there’s one that uses bats.”
Me: “Baseball …”
Grandma: “No, there’s one that uses bats and a net.”
Me: “Badminton has a net, and you use rackets that look sort of like tennis rackets to get the thing over the net.” (Throwing “birdie” into this conversation would have tanked it completely.)
Grandma: “Well, I knew there was something that used bats and a net. Oh, well, I don’t know what he plays.”
Me: “Pretty sure it’s soccer … You know, you could get the paper back out and read it again to find out what he plays.”
Grandma: “Yeah, I suppose I could …”

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