Meme: Seven Things

  1. Seven things to do before I die: Mature in Christ. Write a book. Find a replacement to take over the Fellowship Hall & OpenWord, preferably helping to disciple them myself. Have children. Raise said children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. Visit Israel. Help start a church.
  2. Seven things I cannot do: Speak publicly with boldness. Be punctual for nearly anything. Read faithfully. Prepare a sermon outline. Code in PHP. Create attractive website designs. Sing on key for longer than few seconds.
  3. Seven things that attract me to my wife: Her acceptance and sharing of my beliefs. She’s intelligent and artistic. She’s great with children. She has a great family. She enjoys my websites enough to let me work on them often. She loves the Lord. She has a beautiful smile and a too-cute laugh. She tells me when I’m wrong. She lets me read to her. She can be both playful and serious. And yes, 10 now equals 7.
  4. Seven things I say most often: “Cheese head.” “Or something.” “I love you.” “Hey, Honey?” “Oh neat!” “[Any of an assortment of song lyrics that get stuck in my head]” “Knowhatimean?”
  5. Seven books (or series) I love: The Bible. Any of the 20+ books by James W. Knox. The Q Continuum (a “Star Trek” novel, ’cause my tastes are that sophisticated). “Calvin & Hobbes” collections. Rumors of Another World: What on Earth Are We Missing?. Our Eternal Reward. Dispensational Truth.
  6. Seven movies I watch over and over again: There are only two that I’d classify as “over and over again”: Ghostbusters and Ernest Scared Stupid.
  7. Seven people I want to join in, too: I don’t even know of seven people who have blogs that would acknowledge this post. :) But I expect Alicia might.

Thanks, Amy.

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