I just heard about this little project where bloggers commit to posting for the first fifteen days of July according to a list of post prompts for each day.
I have gone through the prompts and there are a few I'm not sure I'm going to use.
If you're a blogger, you should join us! If not, I hope you enjoy going through these next fifteen days here on my blog.
15 Things About Me
1) I mainly litsen to Gospel proclaiming rap. Reach Records, Cross Movement Records, Lamp Mode Recordings, Clear Sight Music...It's music with a message.
2) I love shopping and getting new things. But, if I go in search of something specific, it is going to be a pretty bad day. I talk myself out of EVERYTHING no matter how perfect it is.
3) I need two food groups to survive: beef and potatoes. Yes, they're food groups.
4) When I was about 2, I refused to anything besides Cheerios for 2 straight weeks...I don't really like Cheerios anymore.
5) Growing up I played basketball and volleyball. I still enjoy both when I get the chance but I get frustrated with people who aren't used to playing. (Little miss competitive needs to be able to take a chill pill).
6) I studied at public school until 8th grade. Then I began to do school from home. I loved my years at home because those were the days I grew CLOSE to God and began to think with a Biblical Worldview.
7) When I'm happy I'm smiling, when I'm sick I'm smiling, when I'm mad I'm smiling...What can I say, I guess my face is stuck that way.
8) I first heard about "getting saved" before ever going to church with my family at a VBS that I didn't want to go to. That summer, at age 9 I left that VBS saved. About a year later, my parents confessed faith in Christ too.
9) I have three younger siblings. Two of them are often mistaken for my children. 21 going on 45, I'm not insulted, that's totally fine (not).
10) I've never had a cavity or a broken bone and can't tell you the last time that I went to a doctor for anything.
11) I really like both RSVP and fine sharpie pens in black.
12) I can't remember not knowing how to bake. I've been in the kitchen "helping" whoever was cooking since I was probably 2 or 3.
13) Even though I've had quite a few jobs, I've never officially applied or been interviewed for a job.
14) I learn best by watching, asking questions, and then doing. After that, that's the way I will always do whatever I just learned to do. It is very difficult for me to try new things.
15) The "status-quo", "everybody is doing it", "picket fence living" does not satisfy me. Being "average" is not okay with me, I am always pushing myself to make my life count.