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The Potter's Clay

Scripture, Theology, the Christian worldview, and other ramblings.

05 December 2005

Because JIBBS requested it...

Seven Sevens

If JIBBS says so, I do it, no questions asked.

Seven things to do before I die:

1. Lord willing, have children
2. Travel to Africa
3. Row a marathon
4. Visit every pro ballpark in America
5. Go to the Maldives
6. See my parents, brother, grandmother come to Christ
7. Summit Mt. Rainier

Seven things I cannot do:
1. Skateboard
2. Root for Wazzu or Oregon
3. Eat mincemeat pie
4. Not be annoyed with liberals
5. Get my way
6. Remember to fold the laundry
7. Beat my father-in-law at Puerto Rico or Settlers of Catan.

Seven things that attract me to my wife:

1. Uh, she’s drop dead stunning (I was resurrected after she said “Hi” to me the first time…)
2. She agrees with me on my sports opinions, and will go to a game with me anytime.
3. God is preeminent in her life
4. She deals with my bad memory
5. She keeps me civil
6. She prevents me from looking like a ragamuffin
7. She is a better card player than I am

Seven things I say most often:
1. “Hey”
2. “Sup”
3. “Yo”
4. “Crumb”
5. “oh yeah”
6. “It’s the liberals fault”
7. “What?!?!”

Seven books (or series) I love:

1. The Holiness of God - Sproul
2. Apologetics to the Glory of God / Doctrine of God - Frame
3. A Godly Man’s Picture - Watson
4. The Pleasures of God - Piper
5. The Cross – M.L. Jones
6. The Mystery of Marriage - Mason
7. The Hobbit / LOTR / Unfinished Tales - Tolkien

Seven movies I would watch over and over again:

1. LOTR Trilogy
2. Field of Dreams
3. Star Wars Episodes IV-VI
4. Blackhawk Down
5. Rudy
6. Napoleon Dynamite
7. Patton

Seven Five (sorry, most of my blogroll has been tagged…) people I want to join in, too:

1. Mike Perrigoue
2. Nathan White
3. Doug Patton
5. Monty (aka The Montster) - Get a blog dude!!!


Blogger Nathan White said...

Oh man! You put me on the spot Joe! :)

This might take me a while...


06 December, 2005 07:12  
Blogger Joe L. said...

Pressure is on Nathan. :-)

Hey, if it is anything like your normal blog entries, it will be solid.

06 December, 2005 15:50  
Blogger Mike Perrigoue said...

I'm game!

Speaking of which...my wife was pumped to see that your wife enjoys cards. Katie's a freak for cards. She loves to play speed, 313, spades, hearts, oh heck, etc. I'm terrible. I'm so slow at all those games! When I play...it's out of true love for her. She's always up for a late night of snacks and cards with friends. We don't have cable (by choice) and don't watch many movies...lots of talk, board games, and cards...when Seahawk or Husky games aren't on that is!

We're into Settlers of Catan as well...although we have the more spiritual version; Settlers of Canaan. : ) We play for hours and hours when Katie's sister and her husband visit from Idaho. In the next few weeks I'll be spending some late nights playing this game...A Christmas Vacation well spent, I'm sure.

06 December, 2005 16:48  
Anonymous Montster said...

If the Lord wills Joe!
At this time, I am a Blog-stalker!
Hit and run I say!

Looking forward to a get-together!
I want to bring my brother. He doesn't yet know what it is to be around a quad of like minded Calvinists!
Off to Centuri0ns...
I've got a T-Shirt idea for him.
Could be a finders fee? Or honorable mention? Or, perhaps rejection


06 December, 2005 21:36  

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