Saturday, January 31, 2009

Weekly Geeks 2009-04

This week's WG asks us what we do besides read.
Tough one. When people ask me what my hobby is, I tell them "reading," but no one has ever asked about anything beyond that!

I wouldn't call this a hobby, but it is my passion.

When I look back at what I think are some of the best days of my life (so far), most of them I spent with these people, my youth group.

What else can I say? I get really sentimental just thinking about it!

As for hobbies, I really don't do one activity a lot. I will crochet from time to time. Nothing fancy, just scarves and afghans. I like to take pictures, especially in the fall.

But, here is a spring picture for you. The really good pictures I have taken are on another computer.
And of course, I'm into music. Not any bands that most people have heard of, but they are my life's soundtrack. I listen to mostly Christian music. I think I have 12 secular songs on my ipod.


Chrisbookarama said...

I love the name of your blog! (Gilmore Girls?)

Your Youth Grooup is a great answer for WG. Beautiful photo. I haven't picked up my camera in awhile. I really should.

Ana S. said...

That's such a lovely picture.

Erika Powell said...

the youth group picture is great. It is great to have good friends and a good community behind you.

Maree said...

Lovely picture :)
Happy Weekly Geeks

pussreboots said...

I'd like to see your scarves. My post is here.

Staci said...

Love your spring photo...I enjoy photography too!!

Cheryl Vanatti said...

I'm still friends with many people from my youth. Staying in touch with them keeps me grounded :-)

Anonymous said...

I was in my youth group at church when I was in high school and I loved it too =) I mostly listen to Christian music as well. Jeremy Camp and Natalie Grant are my favorites!

Dorte H said...

So Youth Group is "Christian youth Group"? - sorry to sound stupid but Denmark is far out :)

I also like singing Christian music, especially our wonderful old psalms, but I mostly listen to classical music.