10:39 p.m. After about 20 days, I finally got to update Seize. :D The Bookwright program deeply frustrated me at first. Last update, it made all of my pages have an error where it was about a few or less MILLIMETERS inside it's guidelines. THEN, they decided to change the text input area at the bottom into a pop-up.
Basically, my brain had to re-learn things when it didn't want to. :/ I nearly quit and just ordered the thing altogether so I could switch back to Booksmart. But I came back, relaxed, and finished. I still have 180 pages to fill before this baby sees completion. :D I'll be happy.
I've already covered the last day of September 2014 to present date in it which is like five months so I'm thinking this could be the journal where I've covered more of my life than the previous ones. The only time I really look at my journals is to see, often, what happened 'on this date' however many years ago..which is amazing and something I'm not quite ready to give up.
Today I slept until 5 p.m. and called Mom, originally hoping to ask for a ride to get pizza but she said, first, she was working until 11 p.m. Miss her. So I didn't ask. I kept dreaming where I thought I called and asked and we were going, in a way that felt 100 percent real, so that was part of it.
I hung out with April and then we went grocery shopping. She left to stay at her Mom's for however long it will be and I just updated Seize. I had Digiorno stuffed crust three meat pizza, yum, but my stomach didn't sit well in the end. I tried to watch TheStory of Mankind but it's historically inaccurate and then the one about The Presidents but I got too distracted by wanting to do Seize. SO that's it so far! :D
I will thank God for the funds I'm setting aside to complete this. Every single one of these journals is a new dream I'm eager to finish...each one taking months of completion at a time. But it's worth it. I like to imagine these lasting decades and my future kids, God willing I have any, eyeing the glimpses of a very intimate past.
I still cringe over that over-obsession of JRM. I'm not ashamed to be a fan but it's easy to say I took it too far for quite some years and I'm glad to be a normal, average, sane fan like I should have always been. I will laugh one day. I'm being blunt with myself here.
P.S. I've been wanting to send a donation Sierra Leone, one of the most impoverished places in the world BUT I keep holding myself back for some reason. For that, I am sorry. I hope I'll come around.
11:07 p.m. I highly recommend people looking into helping the hungry, whichever you choose, I feel like you would make a difference. Praise God in Jesus Name, Amen! God is Able!
11:32 p.m. I got new MUSIC!!! I stopped stealing songs almost a year ago since I'm trying to be a better Christian. Spent $5.16 on FourFiveSeconds, Pompeii, Elastic Heart, and Mary, Did You Know. Happy. ^_^ Supporting the artists I love. :D "They have too much money already" is not a valid argument when it comes to deciding to steal music. Buy them!
12:02 a.m. Ending updates. I got what I wanted done....done. I keep listening to the same four songs over and over rather happily. Seize is updated, Sierra Leone is blessed, and I'm praising Jesus! God is ABLE!! Now thinking of what to get April for her birthday a month from now. She'll be thankful for anything, even handmade, I'm still interested in picking something out for her.
All Glory, Praise, Thanks and all things be to almighty God on the highest forever and ever in Jesus name, amen. God is able to do above all we ask or think!
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