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Monday, December 30, 2013

Finish Reading the Bible

I read How to Study the Bible for Yourself by Tim LaHaye. In the book, he outlines a three year plan to get the most out of your study.
I finish reading the Bible on December 22. It has taken me a little more than four years because I miss days during the schedule. I have wanted to do this for a long time. I know this has improved my spiritual journey to become closer to God.

The Three Year Bible-Reading Schedule
First Year
Read... First John seven times John twice
Mark twice
Galatians through Philemon
Luke
Acts
Romans
The New Testament twice
Second Year
Read... A proverb every day for four months
Two other wisdom literature chapters daily
(Job, Psalms, Ecclesiastes, Song of
Solomon)
Read repeatedly for one month the following:
First John
Ephesians
Philippians
Colossians
First Thessalonians
James
Romans 5-8
John 14-17
Third Year
Read... One New Testament chapter daily
Two Old Testament chapters daily
Five Old Testament chapters each Sunday
(from How to Study the Bible for Yourself by Tim LaHaye)



On Monday December 23, I have begun reading the Bible again.  This time I will outline and summarize the chapters and write down key verses from each.I want to continue to grow in God’s Words.

Monday, December 23, 2013

Season's Greetings

Happy Holidays to you and yours. May God's angels watch over all of us to have a safe gathering of family and love ones. And may the New Year bring you and yours more success.

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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Hour of the Gun Movie

Hour of the Gun depicts what happen in the lives of Wyatt Earp and Doc Holiday after the O.K. Corral incident. The picture has Wyatt Earp as a revenge seeking marshal and Clanton as a land baron controlling the West with his money. I enjoy the cinematography. And the main portrayals by Gardner and Robards are convincing as men looking for justice.


However, I feel like the plot is hurried along.


My question  
What would be the top five pictures that give a compelling story leading up to the OK Corral, the fight at the OK Corral, and what happen afterward without the plot being rush?

Monday, December 9, 2013

Duck On A Bike A Book Review






Duck On A Bike by David Shannon is a lovely and funny picture book with the message everyone should try something it may turn out to be fun. A duck  sees a bike park. He decides to try it out. At first, it is kind of  tricky for him to peddle and balance himself. But he gets the hang of it. Then the other animals see him having fun and want to ride too. They have their chance when a crowd of kids stop and park their bikes.


As for myself, I do new things in reason.Sometimes I see a skateboard leaning against the entrance to the library and I want to jump on it and cruise through the streets. I have I tell myself, don’t you can break a bone. Or when I see a bullet bike park, I stop myself again because I may break too many bones. Well let me end now before I build up enough courage to excite the kid in me try one.


Sunday, December 8, 2013

Making Myself Active

I plan to type up Chapter Four and Five of my novel One Death At A Time. Each one is about 3,500 words long and I hate to type. So my plan is to type them and work on writing Chapter Six this week. And I will start on my last assignment for the Novel Course I am taking at Long Ridge Writers Group Program. So if I get frustrated with typing I'll work on one of the things I mention.



I wonder has anyone invented a scan machine to turn handwritten documents into typed documents.



I keep encouraging myself. I have printed out the numbers 1-20 for each chapter. When I finish writing and tying up a chapter, I hang the number on the wall under the words Chapters Completed. I need to reach the midpoint (Chapter 10).

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One Death At A Time has new blog site  WWSONE. This site will include research details, characters' interviews and much more.

Saturday, December 7, 2013

Populaire The Movie





Populaire captured the style, attitude, and glamour of the 1950’s. The film represented how mankind was determined to build machines to make life easier for women and men. I cheered Rose on as she use two of her fingers speed typing. When Louis made the comment: Using ten fingers isn’t illegal. I burst into laughter and I fell in love with the picture. The scene reminded me of the days I typed with two fingers before the mandatory typing class I had to take in high school.



I sympathized with Rose when she decided to master the proper way to type to keep her job. The idea of painting her fingernails different colors to match up with the same color keys was a terrific idea. I wished our school had a colored code trainer typewriter. Back to the movie, the competitive attitude made the movie delightful. I was glad she defeated the machine. She was declared faster than the machine in the end. And Rose got her man.



There were two drawback scenes of the film. One was Louis playing with the knife in front of the kids. I screamed: Don’t do it. Those kids will try it. And the sex scene was too much. By then I knew Rose and Louis were hot for each other. It detracted from the comedy and the catch me if you can play between them.

The picture is still a winner.



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