Whirlwind Missions

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Jacquins! Gifts! Mission! Girls! 5.7.19

Tim A. Cummins @ 9:48 pm  


I continue Brain Training. On a roll.

Released Verbal Surgery -659- “Trust in the Wind.”

The hard times help us progress! Click on the title and GROOVE!

Uploaded to server.

Link on Facebook and Twitter feeds.

Although I have not been able to become completely aware that I’m dreaming when I’m dreaming, (a state called Lucid Dreaming), I have in the last month recorded over 100 of my dreams which has been absolutely fascinating. I’ll keep trying to crack this awareness barrier, but I’m not obsessed with it. I just find it fun to see what goes on when I’m sleeping.

Had fun conversations with Freddy and his son, and my best friend, Anthony Jacquin today. Really looking forward to seeing them in Toronto on Thursday!

While I was at Evergreen Lakes, I saw a family of geese mowing the lawn.

Ate huevos rancheros at Taco Veloz today.

I studied Spanish while I waited for my food. Makes sense.

Also read more of the 4 Hour Work Week, by Tim Ferris.

Enjoyed helping the kids with their homework.

And of course hanging out with the ever delightful grandgirls.
Penelope wanted to show me her new winter coat. Beauty!

I took the girls to Walmart to get shoes. While we were there I saw my good friend Tabias. He lost his Mom recently. Love that guy!

Went to Plaza Fiesta to check on a t-shirt of Anthony. Saw these creepy dolls heads while I was there.

Picked up checks from FBC Doraville and deposited them at the bank.

I also went to China Town to talk to my friend who runs the bookstore there. I told her about the teams coming. She said that my wife had talked about our schedule to her already. I said, “That’s not my wife, that’s my daughter.” She was astonished. I said, “Her husband looks like a male model. Certainly not like me!” She said, “Then you have grandchildren?” “Two of the best!” She just shook her head. Not the first time that’s happened. It always weirds me out.

Beautiful colored clouds.

I’m going to let Ash & Miles use my car while I’m in Canada. I’ll ride the MARTA to the airport. It’ll help them out since the Jesse’s old car, the Nissan Altima (which had nearly 300,000 miles!) finally died. It certainly helped our families out a LOT!

Gassed up my car.

Took the trash/recycle out.

Paid off my Mastercard bill. I always feel proud when I can say I have zero debt.

Admin duties now.
I’ll spend some time wrapping stuff in a moment.

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