End of 2013

Side note:  I hate it when my friends are hurting!  I’ve got a few dealing with some pretty heavy stuff lately.  They shouldn’t make me worry like this, back into my ‘prayer closet’ I go!

I’ve been trying to figure out what to say in my last post for the year…  guess I’ll just wing it.

2013 was an exciting year. I mean, come on, I went to Africa!  How amazing was that?!?!  I earned my pastoral license, asked out a guy and bought a new car!  Made it through 6 sessions of Spanish classes, even though I don’t really know how to speak it yet, I know a lot of grammar.  I learned that I’m not that bad at painting and colored pencil art.  I lost a whopping 9 pounds this year  And, unfortunately, had to say good-bye to a couple of the seniors in my group, but they’re in a better place. 

So, what do I hope for next year?  A date with said guy.  Paying off some of that car and other debt.  Probably taking a year off from the mission field, maybe take an actual vacation?!?!  Taking some Advanced Spanish classes, a course called Perspectives, and hopefully losing some weight.  Already signed up for one 5k, hope to complete that one and another two.  Possibly a promotion at work.  And walking besides these friends of mine with what they’re going through.

How was your 2013?  What do you plan/hope for in 2014?  Just keep these verses in mind (almost clichés, but it’s still good stuff):

“‘For I know the plans I have for you,’ says the Lord. ‘They are plans for good and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.'” Jeremiah 29:11


“Be delighted with the Lord. Then he will give you all your heart’s desires.” Psalm 37:4.

Published by tammyk777

I want to be as open as possible, safely anyway. If I've been set free in something, maybe I can encourage someone else to seek God and they can be free too!

2 thoughts on “End of 2013

    1. The Go! Halloween 5k in October, possibly the Hot Chocolate in December. There’s a Gooble Wooble on Thanksgiving that’s a possibility too. I’m currently reading Risky Gospel by Owen Strachan (for review) and Emotionally Healthy Spirituality.


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