Summer 2012

I am a list making girl; in contrast to my go-with-the-flow sister, lists give me comfort and guidance. What first? What’s next? What should I do with this free time? —> check the list. Unfortunately, however, all the lists in the world do not take away from my terrible enemy, Sir Procrastination. And so I come to you . . . making myself a bit more accountable will aid in my attack and conquer.
For those of you who are “super-getter-doners”, please don’t laugh too hard. My list isn’t grand; but it is plan and I am excited. And for those like-minded people out there . . . maybe we can all help eacho their stay on task?
So, shall we make a list?

Reading Priorities:

Continue Bible reading

Elizabeth Elliot’s God’s
Guidance
Jonathan Edward’s sermons
Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women

John Piper’s Desiring
God

Mabel Ruth Williamson’s Have We No
Rights?

Reread Ghana papers

Bible Memory:

I Corinthians 1:30

Hebrews 12

I John

II Corinthians 5

Physical Priorities:

Garden Weeding and de-rocking

Shed

           – Clean

            -Declutter

-Rebuild

Fruit trees

            -Clean brush

            -Rocks

            -Harvest

Spiritual Priorities:

Learn to KNOW God

Flourish in Barnabas ministry

            -Widows

            -Cousins

            -Neighbors

            -Parents and
grandparents

            -Courting
couples

            -Church
family

Develop mission minded-heart

            -Write
missionaries

            -VOM

            -Operation
World –> Sunday School Class

            -Memory
verses of missions
What does your summer look like?

3 thoughts on “Summer 2012

  1. I think it's wonderful that you have made a list! I tend to be the more 'go with the flow' kind of person (though only strictly in my schedule. I tend to revolt against any of the 'everyone else is doing it' sort of thing… 😉 However, lists are very nice to have every once in a while, especially when I need to get something big done. 🙂
    My list includes teaching fiddle, reading some books (still deciding which ones!), volunteering at the local nursing home (playing music, talking with the folks, etc), and writing books. I might also be doing some theatre drama, but not sure yet. 🙂
    Thanks so much for sharing the list! I'll come by every so often and see how you're doing. *wink*. 🙂
    Love you, dear sister!

  2. Wow, Frannie – I am very impressed with your to-do list! I guess I'm not a "super-getter-doner." 🙂 You qualify for that in my book!!

    My summer will be pretty relaxed – I'm taking one online English class and working afternoons; I have a couple of knitting projects (socks and a baby afghan), hope to get a garden planted eventually, and would like to sew an apron and make some strawberry jam for winter; and I'm continuing to read through the Old Testament for my Bible classes. Hopefully I'll get all that done! 🙂

    Thanks for sharing your summer with us! Yes, I will do my best to keep you accountable – I'll pop in at random times and ask how such-and-such item is going. Because Sir Procrastination is a constant nemesis of mine, too!! 🙂

    Love,
    Vicki

  3. Oh yes, procrastination is a problem of mine as well. 🙂 A while ago I saw a book and each page is devoted for a different random list that they give you the topic/question for. Your love for list making reminded me of that book. 🙂

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