Tuesday, February 22, 2005

That's what I like about you

We celebrated a friend's birthday last night. Since it was his "day", he got to choose the game. We went around said what we admired or liked about the person next to us.

Then, we said what we liked and admired about the people not sitting next to us. So everyone received about eight encouraging words. It's interesting to see how other's perceive you, the first things they share.

Funny the first things we say about others. I told Tony he was the "coolest guy I know." Among other nice things.

But, isn't that a great game. Not a game really, an great evening with friends. Even the six and three year old participated. It was cool to hear what brother said he loved about sister.

Try it with your family. It will make a difference. Plus, this is my thing this year. If I don't have love, I'm nothing. If I I can't say anything nice, I'm not going to say anything at all.

Had a good day writing on Lambert's Peace. Was worried about being under in word count, now I think I'm going to be over! No, just kidding. It will be just right. I'm actually making this story a strong romantic, relationship story. The best parts are when the hero and heroine are on stage together.

Off to dinner.

1 comment:

Tracey Bateman said...

Glad Lambert's Peace is going well. Been thinking about you. Peace. That's my word for today. Probably will be my word for the week. Woke up wiht the Lord speaking to me to let him be my peace. Even saw a wooden cut-out of the word PEACE at wal-mart today. Peace.
Love you lots!