Monday, June 1, 2020 284.4. Lunges: 24” - 20; 18” - 80. Guitar practice went okay today. It seems having gotten 7 hours of sleep for the past three nights has been helping; instead of my usual 6-6 ½. Today is going to be a day shortened by 6 hours, though. I work early tomorrow, … Continue reading Journal Entry: Monday, June 1, 2020
Friday, February 28, 2020 283.6 Saturday, February 29, 2020 282.0 As is often the case. I just want to have quiet time today. I don’t want to go anywhere or do anything. I don’t even want to leave my room. I just want to be left alone in peace. Yesterday our new stove and fan … Continue reading Journal Entries: Friday-Saturday, February 28-29, 2020
As usual, I started the day with breakfast and watched: Jimmy Evans – The Proof Of Life – Life Giving Then I did my treadmill walk for 42 minutes covering 1.26 miles while watching: Robert Morris – The Reversal Of Pride – The Kings of Babylon Today I worked at the Valparaiso West Family Express … Continue reading My Journey: Wednesday, November 27, 2019-Pastor Jimmy Evans, Treadmill Walk And Pastor Robert Morris, Family Express, Kaiden’s Birthday
I've started working on plectrum (pick-style) pieces in Mel Bay's Masters Of The Plectrum Guitar since I plan on playing for people in senior's assisted living facilities. I figure a little bit of nostalgic music might bring a sparkle to some of the residents' eyes.
I need to spend more time in prayer for my neighborhood.
On a brighter note, Dr. Cary said I could go back to work...
I walked around the store at a pretty good pace for me for 30 minutes without a cart or someone to keep an eye on me. I think it is time to push my walking time up to 40 minutes for the next few walks.
I don't believe there is any perfect congregation, but we do serve a perfect LORD and GOD Who knows how to fit us together as family and draw us closer to Himself.
I know I need to purposely choose to do this, yet I do not do it. I have no excuse.
I know I shouldn't find my identity or worth in my ability to work, but for some reason I find I define myself at least partly by my work and how I do it.