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I got this meme from my friend Pastor Leanne Weber. Enjoying some time to relax and do things that don't take a lot of effort or brain power...like this meme!



i am an extremely committed person.
i want to know God more.
i have a long way to go.
i miss my family of friends in Africa.
i fear deep water and going through more pain.
i hear songs in my head all the time
i search for an answer when things don't make sense.
i wonder how God will resolve my problems.
i regret a few things but never talk about them.
i love the fact that God is bigger than my mistakes.
i forgive always but sometimes it takes time.
i ache inside when I am betrayed.
i always tell my kids how much i love them.
i try to live in the moment although it's hard at times.
i seem to be much happier when my house is clean.
i know that God loves me.
i feel alone sometimes but Michele reminds me that I'm not.
i dance whenever the opportunity presents itself.
i dream with my eyes open - wide awake - more than asleep.
i give as much as i can wherever i can.
i listen when wise people talk.
i sing reasonably well.
i laugh at true stories more than anything.
i can't wait to go back to Africa!
i sleep as much as i can.
i am in love with Jesus more than anyone.
i see a lot of people in the world who don't have a work ethic.
i need to stay very strictly on WW program the next few months.
i should never worry but sometimes i do.

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