Wednesday, November 10, 2010

I've Set Up A Twitter Account

I went for it.

My Twitter account is officially set up, and if you'd like to become a follower of it, just head over to and hunt for me under this name: FromTheWord2Day.

You will be asked to set up an account, but if you never desire to do anything with it but follow me and some of the amazing ministries that I'll be following, that is just great.

Just thought I'd let ya'll know. I wish I had thought of it early on in our trip. There's much I would have tweeted to you!

Bed beckons me.

We're back to Albany tomorrow, to take part in a round-table presentation that Dr. Mehta is hosting. He'll be speaking, but so will a host of other doctors. One or two of them are even neurologists.

We'll also get to speak with a few of his patients and question them about the risk/benefit ratio in their minds.

I have such an AMAZING, BLOW YOUR MIND kind of story to tell you, but I'm fading now...I'll try to write it on the train tomorrow.

I love trains. Trains. Trains. Trains...they make me dreamy!

Dearest Tiki...thank you so much for fasting and praying for me! You are precious beyond words. I cherish and am humbled by your tenderness and willingness to intercede for me at that level.

Thank you, my dear friend!

I know that many of you are praying. Thank you so very much! I love you much!

Because I know that ya'll like pictures, (even though only 2 people seem to be commenting) I'll post my new favorite for you.

I love having curly hair now!

 See how important ya'll are to me? 
I'm on my phone checking to see if you've left any comments!
Communicate with me, please! 

I'll love you all the more for it!



Anonymous said...

I cant wait to hear the amazing blow your mind story! By the way you look totally hip with that curly hair thing going on! I wish I was in new York with u. do you think i should visit it one day and include a visit to Brooklyn Tab? Im praying for you, hugs and kisses, shelly <><

Anonymous said...

Following your trip and it sounds so amazing! Praying for all your opportunities. There are always so many there! New York is one of my favorite places to visit. Can't wait to hear the rest of your stories. Keep them coming! WendyB

Kim Green said...

LOVE it! Praying for you today and always. I have a friend on Long Island who might have a place for you to stay if you need one.

Love you! Call me if you need a place to stay.


From Snowflakes To Hotcakes said...

First - I love your hair curly too. Second, if I'm seeing it correctly, the pic you posted yesterday is the huge chandelier in the same theatre that I saw a show in back in the summer. The theatre looks identical, so I'm assuming so. I'd have to look up the playbill to pull up the name for sure, though. :-) I grew up in NY State and had been to NYC several times, and it's a fun place to be. I took my Handsome there this summer, and it was a little more stressful b/c we stayed with family out in Brooklyn and had to take the train anywhere we wanted to go. We'd like to stay downtown next time, if we can afford it, so we're in walking distance (or short train ride) to see stuff. Handsome loved it!!! So glad you're finally getting to experience it!

In other news, I have my book and am all ready to start our study! :-)