Jan 28, 2005

David Crowder at Murray Hill, January 2003 Posted by Hello

David Crowder at Murray Hill, January 2003 Posted by Hello

Jan 27, 2005


Today was a good day. I went to my 9:30 class, which went as normal. When I walked home, there was a car in the driveway which Krissy was getting into. It was Jayce and Chris. They were headed to Chick-Fil-A and invited me to come along, so I did. So the four of us had a wonderful time dining on the finest in fast-food chicken. (I really do like CFA a lot.) I came home, did some stuff on the computer, and went to my 12:30 class, which also went as normal. I then came to work, which was a little busier than normal, but I am obviously having some down-time and posting now. Tonight is a Kappa Delta Pi meeting, at which Nena is speaking. Then it's probably some homework, and chillin' with the girls, especially since Rob is in Orlando.

I am looking forward to Ft.Lauderdale this weekend.

Jan 25, 2005


I found a picture from the first concert where I saw David Crowder! I'm going to try to post it, but I need to be on my computer and I'm at work right now. Hopefully I'll get that done later. That was a good day... fun times. Today's been a good day, as well. Work is dragging on a bit though. Another hour to go.
wish list...

I was just looking on the David Crowder Band website and I've come up with a wish list, in case you were wondering :)
1. Sunsets & Sushi (CD)
2. Praise Habit: Finding God in Sunsets & Sushi (book)
3. the green squirrel T-shirt

In addition, I want a upright bass, and want to learn to play it. Not that that's going to happen any time soon! Nor does it have anything to do with DCB. But I thought of it, so I shared it. But there is a connection technically... DCB and Charlie Hall were both at the Passion conference, and the guy in Charlie's band plays the bass. See, it wasn't totally random after all!

So here's something random that's on my mind this morning. It is so awesome how much God cares about me. He answers prayers that I don't even pray. There was something that had been on my mind off and on in recent days, and I basically thought to myself "I wish I could do something to change that, but I really can't, so I'll just leave it alone and not worry about it." Next thing I know, God's working in that area, making the changes that I wasn't capable of making. And I didn't even ask Him to. I was just going to accept that the situation was the way it was and move on with my life, but God knew it was something important to me, so He took over. How cool is that! And now that I think about it, everything I just said applies to a second situation, as well. It's cool when God moves like that --in situations that I have already been thinking about-- because it's very confirming that I'm moving in the right direction. It's like He's saying, "Yes, Megan, this is My will for you." God's so cool.

There are no coincidences!