Share Your World Dec. 3, 2018

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It is time to SHARE OUR WORLDS AGAIN!

Share Your World is the weekly challenge where Melanie asks us a few questions and in answering them we all share a little piece of each other’s world.

Here are this week’s sharing questions:

What are the most important lesson(s) you’ve learned in life?

That the purpose of life is to love God with all our hearts, souls, minds and strengths and to love our neighbors as ourselves. Luke 10:27

The second most important lesson I have learned is that God works everything together for our good if we just focus on loving and following Him. (Romans 8:28)

How did you meet your husband/wife or significant other? How did you know he/she was “the one”?

The first time I ever met Tina we were at a local campground and beach with a bunch of youth group friends. I think we were both fourteen at the time. We didn’t actually get together until our senior year of high school., but I think I knew she was the one from that first encounter. Something just clicked for both of us. That connection was so strong that even after all the water under the bridge we are still very good friends. She is one of the easiest people to talk to I have ever met.

If you could take a year-long paid sabbatical, what would you do?

Rest and write.

What is your favorite thing to buy at a movie theater concession stand? (credit to The Haunted Wordsmith for this one)

Pop corn and a cherry slushee


Lastly:

What are some Holiday Traditions you and/or your family observe in December?

I love Christmas Eve service…and I really love it when Christmas Day falls on a Sunday and we start the day with church.

4 thoughts on “Share Your World Dec. 3, 2018

  1. Thanks for Sharing Your World! I agree with the Christmas falling on a Sunday idea…it’s always so invigorating to attend services and sing those beautiful songs and think about the Savior and His sacrifice for us. Merry Christmas to you and your family! 🙂

    • I will always treasure the years we had together. I am sad that it ended. I would do things differently now and perhaps that would have made a difference but I can never regret the relationship we had, the shared memories and life were a gift I can never repay.

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