Thursday, January 8, 2009

Alphabet Game and Day of Grace

Em at Life, Liberty and the Pursuit gave me the letter "W" to work with. So I have to list my 10 favorite things that with the letter W. Oh Crap! This is going to be hard....I bet I could come up with "10 things I dislike that start with W" alot easier. You know, like worrying, whining, washing, work, weight-gain(from deep fried oreos!)


1. Winning the lottery. OK, I haven't ever won the lottery but I am guessing that I would like it enough for it to make my top ten list.

2. Water. Drinking it, bathing in it, playing in it....how could you not like water?

3. Wyatt...I love this name and if we had had any more sons that is the name I would want for him.

4. waffles. Smothered in strawberries, bananas and whipped cream. Or ice cream. yum!!

5. wedding cake- OK, actually I like every kind of cake. I'm not picky.

6.Whiskey. No, I don't drink it but it makes Hubby happy. Very Happy.

7.Whiz....as in Cheez Whiz. I love it on saltines and cheese steaks.

8. Wilderness. Even though the campgrounds we go to aren't technically the wilderness, I will pretend that they are so I can use that word :-)

9. Wireless Web....you know, wireless Internet that lets me sit my lazy butt on the couch blogging.

10. Worship. Because I love the Lord!

Whew! Glad that's done. Now on to my Days of Grace...

1. Discovery Kids Channel. J has been sitting and watching intently for almost 2 hours. and on commercials he is telling me all the stuff he is learning. That makes me feel less guilty about parking him in front of the TV.

2. My headache is finally feeling a bit better. That is always a blessing.

3. Can you find grace in a fried oreo? Just checking.

4. Sunshine. After the yucky rain we got yesterday I was very happy to see the Sun shining in the windows this morning. Seeing a bright sunny morning gives you a cheerful start to the day.

5. And I found grace in the following passage. Matthew 6:33-34
Seek first God's kingdom and what God wants. Then all your other needs will be met as well. So don't worry about tomorrow, because tomorrow will have it's own worries. Each day has enough trouble of its own.

10 comments:

CaJoh said...

Speaking of Water…I was asked to give a guest sermon one Sunday and the scripture reading mentioned something about water— so I based the entire talk on that. I'll have to wrack my brain and remember what I said and post it.

Mimi said...

I'm eating one right now, a Whopper. I wonder what they would be like deep friend??

Denise said...

CaJoh, I would love to hear about your sermon.

And Mimi....Im not a Whopper person, or a Big Mac person. Give me a double cheeseburger and im a happy girl....but I dont want them covered in batter and deepfried...ew.

Mimi said...

I meant deep fried...

Deb said...

ok, be very glad that your post was so dang entertaining, because otherwise, i might have insisted on a re-do. a couple of those might be considered, by SOME, cheating. i'm just sayin'... the whole wilderness thing?

but i am with you on the wireless web and the wonderful w food items. yum!

Kristin said...

You did a great job with a very hard letter! Can we please talk about Fried OREOS! How is it that I don't know about this? Send me some! Please. At least share the recipe.

blueviolet said...

That was cute! I got suckered into doing the letter T today (ok, I volunteered) but I haven't finished it yet. I'm so behind on everything.

And fried oreos, I've never tried such a confection. I'm thinking there might be a little bit of grace and/or mercy in there. :)

Tink said...

You did awesome! I completely have a brain freeze when it comes to thinking up words for things like that! Wonder Woman is another good word to describe all of us women out there!

Cant Hardly Wait said...

I've never heard of fried oreos until I moved to Louisiana. The things they come up with!

B said...

You did a great job on the W's. Never would have guessed it was tough. And I have to agree with many of your W's, except for Cheese W cause I can't stand that stuff!

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