...but bunnies?
Sunday, November 27 at 10:20 AM

okay, thanks to everyone who shared thoughts on the previous post. i had no idea my couple sentences about house church would cause such a reaction. but it was good discussion...so i'm not complaining.

this thanksgiving holiday has been interesting. the family was supposed to go visit grandma in nashville, but dad wasn't feeling well. so, i stayed in a-town with him. we ate thanksgiving lunch at the golden corral. it actually wasn't too bad. it's the first year in a long time that i haven't eaten mom's turkey and dressing, though...and i definitely missed that.

the last-minute change of plans meant that i got to spend ridiculous amounts of time with my favorite people in the world. i really do have the greatest friends a person could hope for. we had some much-needed, honest conversations about life--struggles, highlights, and everything in between. and we ate good food. and we saw movies. it's truly been a wonderful time.

friends are supposed to remind you of God's faithfulness and His constant presence in your life. they are meant to challenge you to do everything you say you wanna do. they should be a perfect mix of love/encouragement and accountability/honesty. my friends are all those things. as cliche as it may sound, i most definitely see Jesus in them. being around them makes me want to know Him more.

and they are freakin' hilarious. that also counts for a lot.

so, this holiday time leaves me with two important questions...
why don't we kiss each other on the cheek more often? (really, we should bring that back...so sweet.)
and seriously, i understand why kangaroos hop, and frogs hop, and other animals that i can't think of at the moment hop...but bunnies? (that one is just for you karl.)