April 8, 2019: Amos 5-8.
First, I used alcohol. I dabbed it on the discoloration. Then, I tried hydrogen peroxide.
I’m working on my letters from school. I shoved them in a small box with the white, National Honor Society academic stole. The dye from the letters bled on to the white stole. I’m trying to get that red out!
I have a shadow box set aside just for my letters and award pins. It matches David’s school shadow box. (I made his several years ago.)
As I work, I remember the people from choir, band, journalism, cheerleading, and football. (Yes, I was on the football team. The coach picked a math tutor to keep their stats!)
We have a reunion this year. (I hope Pam makes it. She took me home when our house burned. I spent the night and she loaned me some clothes.)
Then I think, “I want to lose weight. Should I color my hair?” Of course, God answered that question right away.
Amos 6:6, “Woe to those addicted to feeling good – life without pain! Those obsessed with looking good – life without wrinkles! They could not care less about their country going to ruin.” The Message
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