Liebster Award/ #AskRebekah And More Imaginary Happenings

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I’ve been nominated for the Liebster Award by two people. I’m just so popular everyone wants to be my friend. A-hah-hah.

No, in all honesty, thank you Leonie (from Leonie’s Thoughts) and Arika (from A Little Pep In Your Step) for singling me out in your list of 11 as a blogger who has less than 200 followers.

If you’ve never heard of the Liebster Award, you understand none of these references. So here are the rules.

My Fall Bucket List

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I’ve decided to do season bucket lists. Sometimes you get sick of waiting for things. Like a trip around the world or to be on the best seller list.

So I’m writing a bucket list I can accomplish right now. This month. There’s kind of a deadline to it, if you think about it.

I made a fancy collage thing for the tack board in my room, and it’s on now. I came up with nine things.

Friendship

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Friendships are so important and so special. I, for one, will always be looking for the Ethel to my Lucy. Who doesn’t want a friendship like theirs?

This Monday, my Bible study focused on Ruth.

If you don’t know the story, there was this woman, Naomi, who moved with her husband and two sons to the city of Moab. Soon, her sons married, one to a woman named Orpah and one to a woman named Ruth. Then, Naomi’s husband died. Then, Naomi’s sons, Orpah and Ruth’s husbands, also died, leaving the three women alone.

Naomi was bitter and angry and sad and felt like God was against her. She told Ruth and Orpah to leave her, go home, and go find new husbands. Orpah listened to Naomi, hugged and kissed her goodbye, cried, and went on her way, but Ruth refused.