Wednesday, December 5, 2007

um, I don't like titles

They put this weird new keyboard on, so it takes me longer to type. For one thing, it's curved. I don't like the curve because it rubs my wrist wrong. And then the keyboard is divided in half, but at least its quite, if I stay up till' 12 in the morning typing they wont know.

Puppy is finally learning that her fence is a good thing. She is still scared of it a little, but I had her out there by herself ( with Snickers as a temptation) from around 11am to 3 in the afternoon. I think she liked the freedom, but might have enjoyed it better if Snickers was within reach. We have to get him a collar to, cause' he loves to chase cats ans we can't have him racing through peoples yards after the neighbors or our cat. He did that last summer and we caught up to him in the "guy who doesn't like animals and owns a gun" yard.

I have started reading the theological novels by Richard P. Belcher again. They are great for people who have a hard time getting interested in other theological books. The set is in the church library, but I have I think, the third, fourth and fifth books here. They are pretty interesting.

I wish somehow that I could make my friends see that they aren't getting to Heaven because they are good or because they have been baptized, but I cant. Only He can. It just seems so simple to me, why cant they see? Salvation is a gift but everybody thinks they have to work for it.

Must people don't find out till' its too late that someone has to pay the price, you could pay it yourself (hah) or let someone else, but who would be that nice to pay a debt that they did not owe? You know, you're gonna find out no mater which way you go that He is the Way the Truth the Life, but I pray you find out by His love for you.

Sometimes I wonder if something in my life hinders things, or do I need to be patient? I know I have stupid pride and my heart needs melted a bit. Or do I just not get to see my friends saved, someone else does? Be glad I posted those last sentences, I wasn't sure if I wanted to at first.

19 comments:

Prudence said...

quite= very much like (one syllable)

quiet=not making a noise (2 syllables)

One of those spellings the spell checker won't underline. I think I am going to contact the creators of the spell checker program and complain. Ha haa

Keep on being faithful.

gogeph said...

ah patience(sp) something a need more of. not very good at waiting but choose not to show it most of the time. the one thing with my friends and I think sould be for all friends is never give up on them. there as been countless times when I was upset at my friends but after your back to normal, for me when my friends have a problem I kind of have a hurt for them and try to help with the pain. its something christians have with one another and I have for my friends as well.

sarah said...

Patience is something we all need more of, I think. Yeah, when Chelsea is upset over what her biological dad
does, even though it has never happened to me, I guess I start felling a bit miffed as well. Its hard to put exactly what I feel into words:)

I guess I should start proof reading before I post. That will eliminate spelling and grammar errors.

Prudence said...

Those missionary letter you are going to write to your supporting churches will be beautifully done, I am sure. Just beware that in the back woods of Bangladesh you may not have a computer to do them on . Oops I ended with a preposition. That's a grammer no-no. 2nd try...You may not have a computer on which to do them. Yes!!! success!!!

Pru said...

New keyboards are supposed to be ergonomically better for the wrists. Someone did a glitch.

sarah said...

I may have a lap top, but then how would I charge the battery or plug it in?

This keyboard is curved, and the keys are divided in half. Like one half of the keyboard on the left and the other on the right.

gogeph said...

to bothersome for me care.

Cathy said...

Gogeph:

to=a preposition denoting place or direction; to the store

too=more than enough; school is too time-consuming

...and I agree with your assessment, by the way.

Prudence said...

You go, Cats. Thanks for your input.

to, too, two. mwahaha.

gogeph said...

No!! its too early to have two moms. people at work don't care how I write.

sarah said...

They probably write as bad or worse than you. Thats why they don't care. Anyways, my spelling isn't that great either.

Pru-dunce said...

Water flows to the lowest level.

sarah said...

?????? what does that mean???

pru-dunce said...

That is what Joseph said if "huh?" is anything to so by.

Okay, it is a law of science. Water finds its lowest level ie. runs downhill, out of the bathtub, on the floor when Lizzie is doing dishes, etc. People go to their lowest common level too. Bad speech , bed spelling... what ever. They get uncomfortable around someone who cares to have high standards. Clear as mud?

sarah said...

um, i guess. you spelled bad wrong.

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pru-DUNCE said...

You maketh me laugheth!!! So much for my quick proofreading. I spaced "whatever" wrong, too, and something is boiling over on the stove. AAAAAHHHHHhhhhhhh!

Sealey, Posturepedic and...What other bed spelling can I do? lol

Pru-grunts said...

Those are names for mattresses. I did not have a catalogue to grab to spell more. It is not the kind of thing I can find in a dictionary.

Cathy said...

Is Pru a dunce because she can't spell "bad"?

Does Pru grunt because she can't quite get out of bed?