Tuesday, February 5, 2008

No, Grace Presbyterian Church doesn't have a new pastor--just a newly married one!
I could use premarital counseling, Thanksgiving, Advent, Christmas, and wedding preparations as excuses for not writing for months, but that's what it would be, excuses. I'll TRY to get back to writing again. But for now, enjoy some wedding photos!


Blogger PrayerMom said...

Congratulations on your launch, and thank you for the pictures! Now that I know that your blog is here, I'll be sure to check in and see what's new.

February 5, 2008 at 4:04 PM

Blogger PrayerMom said...

btw...I tagged you for a "Six Quirky Things about Me" project.


February 5, 2008 at 4:05 PM

Blogger Pastor Parato said...

Okay, I'll go for the 6 Quirky Things About Me!

1. I'm clumsy. I run into things a lot. I always have some bruise that I can't remember how I got it. I inherited this trait from my mother, and it really showed up after puberty.

2. I'm a high school drop-out! I got accepted into college during my Jr. year of high school. So at the end of that year, I dropped out, got my GED over the summer, and went off to college. I had to go to a 2 week intensive writing institute because I hadn't had Sr. English. College was waaay better than high school!

3. I sing a lot--when I'm driving in the car, when I'm hiking, etc. I spontaneously burst into song both when I'm really happy and when I'm seriously depressed or frustrated. During these times, I make up my own songs. I just put an appropriate tune to whatever I'm thinking. Sometimes, I think the songs are pretty good, but I never remember them.

4. I'm one of those people who normally only eats one thing a time. I eat all the meat, then all the veggies, etc. I'm not quite as bad as I used to be, but it's still there.

5. My Myers-Briggs is ISTJ. The S/N are really close together.

6. I get cold very easily. It can be 90 degrees outside, but if there is a draft, I'll get goose bumps.

February 5, 2008 at 7:13 PM

Blogger PrayerMom said...

Thanks for the insights! I tend to be a one-thing-at-a-time eater as well. I was also a high-school dropout, but it was due to illness rather than academic acceleration. I got around to college in my mid-thirties. I may be headed for yet another round of college here shortly. It is WAAAY better than high school!

February 7, 2008 at 8:20 AM


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