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Mar. 18th, 2020 @ 04:01 pm Jesus' Purpose:
Current Mood: gratefulgrateful
He said to them:
Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick. I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners -- to repentance.
~Mark 2:17
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But those who wait on the LORD shall ren, they shall walk and not faint., they shall run and not be weary
Oct. 11th, 2013 @ 11:32 am results for me and Corey...
Big Five Compatibility Test
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Orderliness |||||||||||||||| 64%
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Openmindedness |||||||||||||| 58%
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Your overall similarity is 66%.
Your overall complementarity is 84%.
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But those who wait on the LORD shall ren, they shall walk and not faint., they shall run and not be weary
Aug. 26th, 2012 @ 10:11 pm My Perspective
Current Mood: aggravatedaggravated
Observation:
Did you ever stop to think that your facebook friend removal or ignoring of my event invites, get together suggestions, etc, may actually be counter-productive?
Most of you realize that I am a self-professed and self-aware person who has had some difficulty with facebook...
So please keep that in mind for your future responses, or lack-their-of and recognize how it may in-fact effect my self-conscious in regard to this.
Thank you.
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Fluttering by...
Aug. 9th, 2012 @ 01:52 am Hiking Adventures
Current Mood: rejuvenatedrejuvenated
Current Music: Lifesong by Casting Crowns
Hey there,
It has been ages since I posted. Around the end of 2009 was the last time I posted. And I really have gotten away from posting journal entries like I used to. It seemed to do me a lot of good at the time and I would at least like to be doing it more often on my own. And I will try to update when I can, but my journal can now be found on facebook, in the notes section...

On July 4, 2012 my Dad and I climbed Iron Mtn. I had seen a picture of the mountain at sunset (http://photos4.meetupstatic.com/photos/event/7/8/e/8/event_123150952.jpeg) this is not the picture I saw. But just so you get an idea. This made me want to climb it, and I decided it would be good to climb it on July 4th, so I could remember when I climbed it.
My Dad has been trying to get me to be more willing to climb mountains. Often times with mountains I will only hike for about an hour and then I will quit, think it is too difficult for me and go back to the bottom. The trick is taking breaks along the way, at least at this point. A few days after Independence Day, I called my cousin Riqui where he had suggested doing it 2x a week. He told me about his friend who hikes 4x a week, which sometimes I feel like doing it more often already. But anyway, my Dad and I locked in on this idea. For the entire month of July we have hiked at least 2x a week. He suggested we do an uphill hike and a straight walk 2x a week. So we decided to give it a go and I really want to keep it up.
We are now into the month of August and still going strong.
Here is a little kind of time-line of our hikes:

July 4:
Iron Mtn
It is a good 6 miles round trip, but not too steep. You can see all over and the hike provides a good amount of shade.
July 9:
Lake Murray
This is also a good 6 mile walk, but very little shade is provided.
July 14:
Played 3-4 games of volleyball and walked about 1/2 mile
July 17:
Torrey Pines
Here we hiked about 4-5 miles. It is in La Jolla and right at the beach, it is a lovely place to hike, with a lot of different trails so you can hike a little or a lot.
July 21
Los Penasquitos Canyon
This is a nice straight walk with a waterfall at the end. If you follow it all the way around it is really long. I saw one site that mentioned it is a 12 mile walk. My Dad and I walked far, maybe 6 miles round trip. There are different places to find the waterfalls. It is kind like a long creek or something because it travels around the area and you find little waterfalls all over.
July 24
Stonewall Peak
I have been hiking Stonewall since I was a little kid. My Dad tells me I started when I was around 3-6 years old. It is a nice good hike, 4 miles round trip with a view at the top that is one of the best around. The hike in my opinion is moderately difficult.
July 27
Coronado Beach, here my Dad and I walked along the beach from close to dog beach (near where the fire-pits are) to this place called The Shores, it is a housing community just a little past the Hotel Del. I think we walked 1.5-2 miles round trip. It was a really refreshing walk =)
July 30(my birthday):
Lake Poway
Lake Poway is a place I have always wanted to go, the exit from the freeway to get there is in a city different than Poway. But you follow the street straight off the freeway, and it takes you back to Poway. Anyhow, the hike is slightly uphill and goes into other trails. Apparently, much of the trails are due to fires in the area. They are not man-made trails, but trails made by fire that had burned the path around the lake. Here we walked 3 miles. It is so nice that they offer many trails to choose from, we went up hill quite a bit, down by the lake, and around the side of a hill on the other side of the lake.
August 2
Iron Mtn
Here my Dad and my friends all hiked up Iron Mtn almost a month from when our adventures first began. I suggested this idea to my friends Michelle and Micah for a full moon hike and they went with it. My Dad and I were the last ones to the top, but we were the first ones down, so at least we kept up on the way down. Usually we don't really take breaks on the way down... =)
August 5
Tidelands Park to the end of Coronado Ferry Landing
It was really crowded, but it was on Sunday evening in the summertime -- in a beach city. Beautiful walk nonetheless.

Next my Dad and I are not sure where to hike, Colwes Mtn. is one possibility, but I would like to try other places first. I suppose it would be good to not let it intimidate me so much...
Anyhow, I have provided links on this post and you are welcome to comment on this post. You don't have to sign up to comment, just do it anonymously (but share who you are there)...
From here we want to walk Lake Miramar, Elfin Forest, Oakzanita Peak, near Cabrillo Monument, La Jolla Cove, and many other locations too -- maybe even Mt. Woodson.
Have a great August and at some point I hope to get in the ocean! =)
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But those who wait on the LORD shall ren, they shall walk and not faint., they shall run and not be weary
Jul. 11th, 2010 @ 08:29 pm Some things to draw your attention to...
Current Mood: blahblah
Current Music: Natural Woman - Celine Dion
Hello ^_^


Customer Service Philosophy:
The first time a customer makes use of my place of employment--it's thanks to them I have a job. Any time following the first, I ensure their continued frequenting of such business by the courtesies and acknowledgment I give them.

A similar philosophy can be applied to the purpose of existence & friendships:
The first time someone chooses to be my friend that gives purpose to my existence. As long as that same person stays my friend then it gives purpose to their existence.

Please be aware, we all need each other. If we were meant to survive solo, then only 1 person would live on this earth. But through the centuries billions of people have called this world home. And believe me without one another we wouldn't still be here today. Remember, we began with (two links ---> two people:, Adam & Eve:.
I've added some meaningful and heartfelt headings to the following pages, take a look (links):

On the first two, if you read the headings on the area where you can decide to minimize, expand or close the window box(to the far left though)--there you will see the phrases I'm referring to. And then on the user info page after it says: User: superly, there are two following lines, one is bold and the other is italics--I'm referring to those lines as well... =)

Here are the lyrics to the 2 songs I used to get these phrases from:
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Enjoy, and have a fun-filled, action packed weekend! ;)
*kisses*
~Christina
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But those who wait on the LORD shall ren, they shall walk and not faint., they shall run and not be weary
Jun. 16th, 2010 @ 05:09 pm In addition to my lj user info:
Current Mood: blahblah
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But those who wait on the LORD shall ren, they shall walk and not faint., they shall run and not be weary
Dec. 26th, 2009 @ 03:25 am Merry Christmas!
Current Mood: gratefulgrateful
I am very thankful to God for the family and friends in my life. I love you guys!
May each of you experience a blessed Christmas and a joyous 2010
I for one still have plenty of reasons to celebrate!

(http://community.livejournal.com/sd_christians/8911.html)
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holiday decor...
Apr. 11th, 2009 @ 05:57 pm Human Trafficking!!
Current Mood: lonelylonely
It is kind of sad -- but I received an email inviting me to partake in human trafficking...
Take note of this information and be warned -- Russian mail order brides are a very famous operational form of human trafficking...
From:
"Irisha" a1aaa1azzzz1zaaaaa@ibang.net

Hi to you!
Love takes many things: trust, hope, wishes, dreams, and everything you've got,
even when you know it's not going be enough. I’m an easy going woman. I like
going to the country, like good food, good times, relaxing walks, just like to
have fun with a good person hangout -Do whatever. If you want to know more send
me a message
http://matchwithworld.com/smiling/

Do svidaniya
Iryna
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But those who wait on the LORD shall ren, they shall walk and not faint., they shall run and not be weary
Mar. 6th, 2009 @ 01:23 pm Come learn more about The Holy Spirit
Current Mood: hungryhungry
Have you ever wondered who the Holy Spirit is and what His role is in your life? Even though we cannot see God, He is at work through the Holy Spirit. The Invisible Man series will explain: who is the Holy Spirit, His role in fulfilling God’s plan of salvation, and His relationship to us.

God’s heart is to build His kingdom by bringing people into a relationship with Jesus Christ. Like a general contractor, God developed a plan of salvation designed to redeem mankind. Jesus came and signed the contract for the rights to redeem mankind with His blood. The Holy Spirit continues to act on God’s behalf as a project manager executing God’s plan of salvation here on Earth. We have the opportunity to help build God’s kingdom as His laborers. Join us for the Invisible Man series as Pastor Miles explains the role of the Holy Spirit and how we are to respond to God’s assignments for us.

Beginning Sunday March 8, 2009at The Rock Church in San Diego
Service Times: 8 AM · 10 AM · 12 PM · 5 PM · 7 PM

For further info see or just attend:
http://www.therocksandiego.org
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I desire love:
Mar. 6th, 2009 @ 10:09 am x-posted from Myspace
Current Mood: calmcalm
Current Music: Birds chirping
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Signing my name: