Tuesday, December 30, 2008


On one of those post-it notes on my wall, is "delete 100 messages from gmail account". So I did that this evening while watching: "The movie LUTHER covers the early years of Martin Luther’s life, from his days as a monk in the early 1500s to the proclamation of the Augsburg Confession in 1530, which founded the Lutheran Church in Germany."

Oh yeah, it was about as dry as a mouth filled with powdered milk.

And those messages I deleted?
Brought back so many memories...
I was the prayer chain coordinator for Murrayville Church and saved all that correspondence.
I was the main communicator for our Mexico Missions Trip and I saved all that correspondence.
And then there was the Health Crisis of 07 and I had saved all that correspondence.

Basically, while Joseph Fiennes prattled on about things happening in the 1500's, I was immersed in events that took place in the summer and fall of 2007.

But I managed to delete 125 messages, so I can take that post-it note off the wall. And now my laptop is 125 messages lighter, so it'll be easier to carry around. :)

Next up? Delete 100 messages from my shaw account. Maybe tomorrow.

Three things I'm thankful for:
1. Brussel Sprouts
2. Clean rooms
3. Safe neighbourhoods


1 comment:

Christine Lindsay said...

Dry? Yeah, well, I guess I have to agree. :) But still, I liked it. Saw it a couple of years ago.