Sunday, August 15, 2010

Hope to See You in Church!

I think we can attend the worship service today. Unless Marguerite is really still too weak (she's much better though), we'll go. I've been reforming my attitude towards the Sunday service. It's not something we can blow off at the merest provocation or the least inconvenience. Going to church is not the core of salvation, but I'm of the belief that it is necessary for growth. There are instances when going to church is not an available option, so in this case, you do what you can to seek out further learning and edification, as well as some form of fellowship. Anyway, I asked Marguerite if she's ready to go to church and she told me, "Not yet. It's still dark." Good point. Think I'll ask her again a little later.

When you're really too busy to blog, but need to post something ... a meme is the answer!

Who I look like - For the longest time it was Amanda Page, but now... I guess a fat version of Amanda Page
Who I act like - a cross between Phoebe Buffay and Monica Geller (hoho, different extremes, I know, but it's true)
Who I want to be - ... like (I have to add) Sue Grafton or Fannie Flagg (writers I admire)
What my style resembles - lately, it has been ... my sister calls it Duggar, lol, but once upon a time, it was very boho (and way before boho became trendy)
What style inspires me - unconventional, creative ones
What style I avoid - the trend

6 comments:

The Kano said...

Fannie Flagg? I haven't seen that name in years! Anyway, I like your style, so honest and full of personal stories.

Btw, congrats! I see you have a Nuffnang ad posted on your blog. I still get the old "Ads served by Nuffnang"!

spinninglovelydays said...

Thanks, Dave. I love Fannie Flagg! She's a great storyteller! Re Nuffnang, I really don't know how that works, lol.

Sharkbytes said...

I don't know ANY of those "famous" people you are supposed to be like. I think you are like YOU, and I enjoy getting to know you here.

spinninglovelydays said...

lol,you wouldn't know Amanda Page because she was a local actress. The other ones: Phoebe Buffay and Monica Geller were characters in a show called Friends. Phoebe was a ditsy hippie and Monica was a dorky alpha female type. Sue Grafton wrote the ABC mystery novels (A is for Alibi, B is for Burglar, etc.) while Fannie Flagg wrote "Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe". The Duggars are this super conservative Christian family with 18+ (I stopped counting some time back) kids. :)

The Kano said...

I guess Nuffnang saw my comment on your blog, I have my first ad posted from them on my blog! Thanks!

spinninglovelydays said...

That's great to hear! Hope more to come for both of us! :D