Thursday, March 03, 2011
Waking up, swords,
I read other peoples blog, have thoughts and ideas I want to remember, so I am going to make my own blog post with links to those posts I want to remember and be able to find in the future.
Scripture study. I keep a scripture study journal, and I found a blog that gives great references and resources for scripture study time. One great idea I gleaned was to format talks to print out and paste in my journal, it shows how to condense a long talk and be able to print it out on one page. This is great because I like how it puts it right there in my journal for easy reference later on, rather than trying to find it in my stack of print outs.
Learning to listen. Moss Moments is one of my favorite blogs. Today her post particularly was what I needed because I often wonder how I'm supposed to do it all and her post reminds me that I am not supposed to do it all. One child at a time, one project at a time, one moment at a time. I need to ponder and listen and then act on what I come up with.
My brother Myke is funny and quirky and I enjoy reading his posts.
One of my favorites was his post "weather go home" about winter weather in Rexburg Id. He posted lots of great pictures illustrating the ridiculous winter weather one must endure in Rexburg - the post was so funny to me because it brought back all kinds of childhood memories.
I want to remember his post about the secret of waking up the first time the alarm goes off. I had never heard of this idea, but it makes sense
- practice and train yourself to wake up when it is not the actual time, like the night before, run through the scenario a few times and after a few nights of this see if your practice doesn't pay off.
Sword Play - totally cool "toy", that allow boys to be boys without the shedding of blood.
I love movies that have sword fights and I think it would be cool for my boys to learn how to sword fight.
Battle Swords in Action from Douglas Phillips on Vimeo.