Random things, green tent/coats, and Shakespeare - Katiedid
Sorry about not posting recently! I've been busy with my Composition class, and I'll be posting a few of my newest writing samples. I even dedicated one to Shakespeare (in a mocking kind of way!) Am I the only one who loves giveaways? Do you go to websites where you can find giveaways? I just love getting a free book! : ) I've been reading "The Miracle Girls Series", which is really good. It's about four girls who are from different backgrounds, and they all share stories that they each have been rescued from an accident, by God. Then there's a book which I started, titled "Evil Genius" by Catherine Jinks, and it's interesting. The last book I'll mention is a book called "The Last Dragon" by Silvana De Mari. It's good so far! This little elf finds his way into the human world, and his perspective is so fresh and funny! He is AMAZED that humans eat rabbits, and so on. You should check it out! The snow is still here on the East Coast, but I'm done sledding. I'm sick of it! I own a big green, tent-like winter coat, which makes me look like a....well, I can't really find a description for it. It's one of a kind! :D  Isn't it annoying when there are so many weird books at the library? It's so hard to find something good, or something that would glorify God. Hopefully there should be a new author interview soon. Are there any authors you want me to ask in particular? Please comment if you do! Pop Question of the Day: How do you explain to a non-believer that God exists?
2/23/2010 06:27:15

//What--are you trying to give the hardest pop questions in the book? ;-)

I like getaways but don't really go searching for them...
Yeah, I've had enough of the snow too...it was cool having three feet (or two years ago when hear we had a layer of snow, then ice, then snow so sometimes the ice held you up and sometimes it didn't) but the snow's been melting and it's lost it's excitement...
It depends which authors you know...would be kind of weird to question an author you'd never even heard of ;-). You could ask Cornelia Funke (as I saw the book among the pic a couple blog posts back).

In answer to your pop question...it kind of depends on who he is if you already know him...I like to use a 4 pt method, which I used in an impromptu conversation (http://aratrea.weebly.com/1/post/2010/01/an-odd-way-of-witnessing.html#comments): First show that all people have sinned and that no amount of good deeds can inherit eternal life (Example: throwing stones to the North Pole), second that the wages of sin is death (Example: wages for a job), third that Jesus has taken the punishment (Example: someone miraculously taking a fatal disease from another), fourth that all we need to do is believe in him for eternal life (Example: Trusting that a chair can hold you up.)
That's just a simple thing I like to use...there are many different ways but that's probably the most stimple

2/23/2010 06:28:00

Haha, ode to bath salts was funny

1/12/2011 14:52:49

The key to success is not so much money as a strong will.


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