My phone alarm rang: luch with Christ.
Yeah, that was really supposed to read "Lunch with Christa." Someone must have been in a hurry.
Yet that someone can't help but laugh at the irony. "Luchar" is a Spanish verb which means "to fight." While "Luch" isn't actually a word, it's similar enough.
Fight with Christ: 12:10.
As much as I hate to admit it, I fight with Christ. And it's more than just at 12:10.
In other news, Happy Reformation Day!
And Happy Deep-Breath Day... NaNoWriMo starts tomorrow and I'm participating for the first time. The idea is that you write a 50,000 word novel in the month of November. So, I apologize if I'm more sparse on your dashboard, but "every word on your blog is one less word in your novel" (I forget who said that, but it wasn't me).
Also, I'm thinking about making some changes on my blog in the future, and I would love to hear your feedback. What do you want to see more of? Less of? What haven't I done that you'd like to see? What do you never want to see again? You can post your feedback in the comments or email me at KatieAxelson[at]gmail[dot]com. I promise, I won't hate you for being honest (at least not forever).