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John 15:9-17

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Working out

So, I’ve been working out for a month so far now, and I’ve lost 18 lbs.  I’m really happy with myself.  My wife is proud of me too, which makes me want to keep even more dedicated to it than ever.  I am hoping that I can keep this up.  I’m eating right for the first time in my life.  I feel fantastic.  The biggest thing for me was to cut out sodas, but I did and I haven’t had a soda in a month! It’s so awesome.  I feel so much better.

The importance of getting in shape for me is that I am seriously considering becoming a Firefighter. My cousin has told me that I can do it but he just wonders if I can pass the physical test, but he hasn’t seen me since I started working out.  Hopefully I can keep doing this and start training for the physical portion.  I will probably be going to get certified as an emt soon as well.

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So, I don’t think that I’ve posted on this in quite a long time, but I just decided to today for some reason.  2013 was a good year for me.  I graduated College with Honors, I am becoming a deacon in my church, I have a pretty good job, I’ve just started working out this month and have lost 16 lbs, but best of all I married the person who will be my helpmate forever.

So, I don’t think that I’ve posted on this in quite a long time, but I just decided to today for some reason.  2013 was a good year for me.  I graduated College with Honors, I am becoming a deacon in my church, I have a pretty good job, I’ve just started working out this month and have lost 16 lbs, but best of all I married the person who will be my helpmate forever.

Filed under 2013 its been a while sorry tumblr marriage

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radioteopoli:

Father Norman Weslin was arrested and jailed more than 70 times, including months spent in federal prisons, for his peaceful protests and praying on his knees at various abortion sites. He said: “that he wasn’t ashamed to be arrested, because Jesus and the apostles all went to jail. He believed that a priest’s place was not behind his people, lending encouragement, but out in front leading the way.” Father Weslin died at the age of 81, on May 16, 2012
from: http://www.facebook.com/pages/FIDES-Quaerens-Intellectum/460328987337340
Santo subito! 

radioteopoli:

Father Norman Weslin was arrested and jailed more than 70 times, including months spent in federal prisons, for his peaceful protests and praying on his knees at various abortion sites. He said: “that he wasn’t ashamed to be arrested, because Jesus and the apostles all went to jail. He believed that a priest’s place was not behind his people, lending encouragement, but out in front leading the way.” Father Weslin died at the age of 81, on May 16, 2012

from: http://www.facebook.com/pages/FIDES-Quaerens-Intellectum/460328987337340

Santo subito! 

(via desertmanian)