February is no more, March just came in like a lamb. Time to see how I did and to start anew.
1. begin memorizing Ephesians
Haven't started this one yet. I'm having trouble getting up the nerve.
2. stay on track with fighter verses (so far so good)
So far so good. Hopefully as I get more used to this I can start up Ephesians.
3. clean my room (seriously, it's time)
Half done with this, thus half bold. Bought a shelf, had some help rearranging it, got the computer hooked up (but no internet yet, my tech support/landlord/Andy has run into some difficulties.), and now just need to finish organizing everything. Should be done in a few days.
4. look into opening another savings account
Hasn't happened yet. Maybe with my next pay check.
5. position myself to be 100% ready for mustache march
100% success. Pictures to come.
6. blog 10 times (including this one)
Only got to 8, and two were pretty much throw aways. I overreached a bit there.
7. find out whether I have been accepted at Bethlehem (this one won't take work on my part, but nevertheless)
Found out all right. See previous post.
8. finish reading Money, Possessions, and Eternity by Randy Alcorn and at least one other book
Read it, loved it, plan to blog about it. Also read several other books. This went well.
9. continue going to Tuesday morning prayer at Bethlehem
This has gone well also. One of the highlights of my week.
So there you have it. 5 1/2 out of 9. Not terrible, but I can do better.
Goals for March:
1. Keep up with fighter verses (I figure if I succeed with this for one more month, I won't have to explicitly make it a goal again, it will have become habitual enough.)
2. Blog 9 times. The month's a few days longer, I have no reason not to hit that mark.
3. Look into the possibilities of joining a summer softball league, ideally with Bethlehem. (It's been a dream of mine for a number of years, and since I'm not at Camp this summer, it feels like the fullness of time.)
4. Look into joining a disc golf club.
5. Open that savings account, dang it.
6. Hang out with Charles and Sarah and the babies.
7. Read at least 5 nonfiction books (I have them picked out, and they aren't that long, so it's doable.)
8. Read at least 5 chapters of Grudem's Systematic Theology, and come up with a plan to read the rest of it.
9. Make a plan to start paying off student loans.
10. Get my sweatpants back. Guy is the biggest dummy I know.
11. Read 3 books for fun from the library. (Yeah, I have a library card. And a mustache, what do you expect?)
I think that's enough. Thanks for indulging me.