Ruhamah and The Spikenard, North Carolina Slang, the Impossible Made Possible, and Art

The four random facts post.


Randomness #1: My sister just recently started her own blog. So if you enjoy poetry and excellent writing skills, I would recommend you hop on over and visit her blog here at Ruhamah and the Spikenard. ;)

Randomness #2: Now this randomness will hopefully give you a little laugh. For a little background, I am a full-blooded North Carolina Southern girl living in Minnesota and do not remain silent about being from NC. So speaking to one of my coworkers, I randomly stated, "Its 1:11". My coworker, a bit confused (since I did say it literally out of nowhere), says, "What does that mean? Is that some kind of North Carolina slang or something?". Haha! No its simply the time. ;)

Randomness #3: I love that God can use me in ministries that most people would consider ridiculous for me to even attempt. Several years ago I went on a medical missions trip to the Dominican Republic. Now for your information, I get nauseated really easily over blood and guts and gross things, therefore, medical missions would not be the most reasonable thing for someone in my condition to be a part of. All it takes is a tiny little cut with blood and I will literally be sick to my stomach and turn white as snow (ok, maybe not completely literally, but you get the point), so the fact that I went on a medical missions trip is pretty spectacular. Furthermore, I actually really enjoyed it and I think there was only one time when I started to feel a little sick to my stomach because of something gross. Honestly I believe God just gave me an exuberant amount of stomach strength that week. ;) And now I am going on a second missions trip to San Diego, but this time I will be helping a church with a boy's basketball camp and, NO, I don't play basketball, yet I know that I can still be used for God's glory at this camp even if basketball is not actually my gift in life. I don't know exactly how I will be used on this trip, but I am excited to be apart of this team and thankful that I serve a God who makes the impossible possible ( I would love your prayers for this trip.)

Randomness #4: art with words. ;)
 
 
note* I think that is the longest blog post title I have ever done. My apologies in advance since I don't intend to change it. ;)
 

Comments

  1. I love how God uses us in ways we would never expect in places we never thought we would go. Like teaching at a women's conference in Haiti! Who would have thought?!!! I am excited to see God use you because He is mighty in you! You are being a light in MN and you will be in CA too and where ever you go. His beauty shines through you.

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    1. Thanks, Mom! That is very encouraging!

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  2. I laughed at the 1:11 thing. Do they not tell time in Minnesota? :)

    I'll be praying for your trip to CA! I'm sure God will use you there too!

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    1. They do tell time here, but maybe they don't have people like me who randomly blurt out statements. Haha! ;)

      Thanks so much for the prayers. I greatly appreciate it!

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  3. I laughed at the 1:11 thing as well! I hope you trip to CA goes well! I will be praying!
    Love,
    Maggie

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    1. Thanks for praying, Maggie!

      (Do people ever call you, Mag Pie, because I am very tempted to do so? Hehe! But you might not like that name.)

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