Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Catching up!

Gosh.. it's been a long time since my last post. Guess I am not doing so well on this blogging thing. I guess it's because I feel like no one out there is even reading it, so it doesn't really matter. I will try to do better though.

My last post was on Sydney's 31st birthday. I still find it very weird that I have a child that old. I keep wondering when I will start "feeling" older. Not my body, cause I sure have aches and pains that tell me I am getting older, but the real me.. inside. In there I still feel like I am a young person. I still enjoy the music I always have, I still like to drive fast, I love to go places and do things, and I still care about how I look. I just wonder when that is supposed to change. Do you reach a certain age and all of a sudden stop all those things and start just being glad to be alive? I mean, I am definitely glad to be alive, but I do not want to JUST be alive... I want to enjoy my life until my last breath. Of course while I am enjoying it the most important thing is to be doing what God wants me to. Been reading a great book by David Jeremiah, "What in the World is Going On?" It answers lots of questions about what is going on in the world today and how it all fits in God's plan before the Rapture and the Second Coming of Christ. I have never really studied end time prophecy, but I am finding this book fasinating. I truly believe we are living in the last days and that Jesus could come for His church at any moment. I am ready... I hope anybody reading this is too! Get the book and read!


amber said...

hey miss martha~ good to hear from you! :) I will have to read that book...we did a study in sunday school about 5 years ago on the rapture and it was wonderful! I was really into reading/studying about it...and then came children! :o Thanks for the name of the book though...I will have to read it!

The Glenn Gang said...

Hey Mrs. Martha! Thanks for your comment on my blog. I've been secretly following your blog for a while too. I know Sarah and actually used to see you pick up Will from Jefferson Street. (I sound like a stalker, huh? :-)

My weekend was absolutely amazing. I can not adequately describe the experience. I feel so renewed, refreshed and whole again. I'm SO SO SO glad I didn't talk myself out of going.

Now, I'm actually considering going to New Orleans in April. She was that good!!!!!