In an effort to be a little more regular with my posting, I’ll answer this week’s Friday’s Feast.
What did you look like when you were a teenager?
I had a few good moments, but I was kind of gawky. Naturally curly dark blond hair (but I thought of it as brown) when what was popular was long, pale-blond, and straight. I used to iron my hair on the ironing board to try to look like the other girls. I was slender, and when I was in high school I was considered on the tall side. These days I’m on the shorter side of average, I think.
Whose advice do you listen to?
I try to listen to the Holy Spirit’s still small voice. I have two very close friends who are both Christians; they are my most frequent sounding boards because I trust their godly wisdom. I listen to my pastor’s advice from the pulpit.
Name a book you would like to memorize.
Wow! I would love to be able to memorize the entire book of Psalms.
How often are you sick?
Not very often. I get aches and pains, but it isn’t often that I’m sick.
Do you like or dislike change?
Hmm. When I see it coming, I’m not very fond of change. And going through it, I’m usually not fond of change either. After the fact, after the dust has settled and whatever is different is done, then I often like what has happened. Must be because God is in control, huh? Romans 8:28 applies here.
In the grip of His grace,