Farming Like A Boss!

I am a farmer!  I have a tomato plant-named Stanley-with two tomatoes…are those enough credentials to qualify me as a farmer?  I assume it is.

I’ve been cleaning my room, which is an arduous task.  With 1/8 more of my floor showing, I’m feeling good about the progress.  Because my bookcase had ran out of space-I literally had books piled up on it-I needed a new one.  I built my own!  It is kind of rubbish…  It doesn’t, technically speaking, stand without falling over.  Thinking it would be more visually appealing to use old rustic wood I used some old pieces which happened to be warped.  It is now rickety and leaning against the wall, but, on the bright side, it is leaning against the wall with books in it!  That is a satisfying feeling.

Another satisfying feeling, I washed the comforter from the bed in my dorm.  It’s satisfying because I thought those were physically impossible to wash due to the size.  So, that’s a nice accomplishment.

I’m applying for a job at one of the local libraries.  I would rather do something photography related.  I’ll take what I can get at this point.

I watched The Vow with Becca and Mom last week.  It wasn’t to bad.  I like the main female role was an artist, which was cool.  If I were to wake up to Channing Tatum saying he was my husband I would know I wasn’t in North Carolina! What up! *digital high 5*  Apparently, he’s dreamy or something.

On the note of North Carolina, Barack Obama is campaigning the hell out of the same sex marriage platform.  He’s going to far in my opinion, because, after reading his twitter account, it seems obvious that he is doing this merely as a campaign move, and not because of actual support for gays.  I don’t know, it seems wrong.

Well, this blog post has been full of many random incomplete paragraphs.  I hope you have enjoyed it!  I’m off to clean my room.

Oh and if you have any advice for growing tomatoes, it would be much appreciated!

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Recovering from rough week at Ridgecrest

So, we had Church camp last week at Ridgecrest, North Carolina.  I’m just going to jump to the awesome news!  We had eleven people accept Christ as their savior! 😀  If one alone would have accepted Christ then the week would have been worth it, but we had eleven!  God definitely blessed us!

God blessed me this week, but in a different sort of way.  In the past, I’ve usually received some a blessing from God in my own spiritual walk.  This week; however, I took on a more leadership role.  It was really cool giving back to the youth group.  We did a couple Bible studies with the younger guys, I hope they enjoyed it as much as I did.  We’re planning a similar Bible study for the youth, now that we’re back home.  I’m excited!  I’m also excited to see the change in the kids.  I’m excited for the future!

Check this!  I crowd surfed!  Well, it didn’t last very long some girls dropped me.  Then the Fuge staff told me I had to leave…I didn’t.  It was so fun haha.  Our speaker was Rob Turner!  He is so awesome!  He’s actually an old friend of my youth director!  So, he came and did a group devotional for us one morning.  I’m still working on applying the points he made to my life.

It was an all in all great week!  We got to give back and do some mission work, which is always cool 😀

Anyway God bless,

Evan

Romans 8:28