Whirlwind Missions

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Podcast! Mission! Newsletters! Shirt! 10.30.18

Tim A. Cummins @ 10:04 pm  

Released a new episode of Verbal Surgery -605- “Manner Your Mind.”

Organize your brain and feel good, NOW! Just click on the title and GROOVE!

Uploaded to my server.

Studied languages last night and early this morning.

I listen to Radio Garden and take notes of words I’m not sure of.

Different keyboards.

Different apps.

Good ol’ dry erase boards.

Got groceries at Walmart. I like the sound of these.

While I was outside cleaning the bird feeders, I noticed this branch that had fallen with polypores and lichen. Beauty.

Organized my annual physical for Jesse and me.

Decided to go back to drinking and making coffee rather than tea. Been about six months.

Why pay QT? Plus it keeps me away from ice cream temptation.

Started research for who might help us with our newsletter, if the new guy at the Atlanta Baptist Association doesn’t want to help us. Mountain Park fBC has been a big supporters of ours over the years.

Stopped at the AMBA office to pick up the newsletters and talk with my friend Joel Harrison who is retiring at the end of the year. He’ll help me make a transition with the new director so I can ask him about supporting our ministry through printing the newsletter. That made me feel good.

Went to FBC Doraville to pick up the mail.

The kids at the mission helped me stuff the envelopes so I could get them in the mail.

Enjoyed working at the mission. LOVE my girls!

Everly is getting more beautiful every day. Penelope was sleeping for most of my mission time.

I asked the kids, “Serious question. Are you dressing up for halloween?”
If they said, “Yes.” Then I’d ask them, “Are you coming as Mr. Tim?”
They’d stare at me and then say, “No.” And I’d laugh and laugh. One kid said she was considering it. LOL. I crack myself up.

I took the girls out to eat at Taco Veloz after we finished the homework time.

It was a beautiful sunset this evening. Penelope said, “Let’s sit here and watch it.” She’s so awesome.

I got a cool electric shirt, but it was too small for Americans. The made in China stuff tends to be that way. So I transferred the electronics and velcro to another shirt.

Included a little pocket for the charger.

I thought that project would take about 15 minutes. Closer to an hour. But turned out really cool. It’s sound activated. Lights up when it’s loud. It’ll light up a LOT around me!

Paid bills. Glad it’s cooling off. AC bill was crazy this year.

Packing for Texas.

Admin duties now. Then more language work.

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