Read a book about lucid dreaming, and just paid attention when I woke up at night. Hard to explain, but when I try I can do it. Now I’m working on actual lucid dreaming.
Tarasita78's Life List
1. Pass the CIH on the first try
2. sleep in a hammock
3. create the soundtrack to my life
4. stop feeling guilty about EVERYthing
5. Write a book
6. Be a foster parent
7. Learn self-defense
8. Speak spanish better
9. Learn to do math in my head
10. Build leg muscle
11. throw away 30 things I don't need
How I did it: Configured my mouse to left handed and reversed buttons, texted left handed, brushed teeth left handed, signed the credit card machines left handed, made personal to-do lists left handed. Basically just practiced doing everything left handed.I'm not really ambidextrous, but I'm probably about as good as I'm gonna be. Read how I did it…
How I did it: For the second year in a row, I coordinated the homeless program at my church. Because my church is cozy, we can only handle one gender, up to 30 people. So we host homeless women for one week in the Night's Welcome program. We give them overnight shelter and breakfast. This year, we were blessed with so many donations that we were able to provide daytime food for the ladies as well. I love each and every lady that I met in this program. Read how I did it…
I’m making preparations for hosting A Night’s Welcome and hoping for enough volunteers to affect our homeless population in the best possible way…to give them hope for their future and peace to know that circumstances will turn around for them.
Each year, my city has a program they call A Night’s Welcome. This is a shelter program where homeless people travel weekly to different churches for shelter during the colder months. While I work very hard during this program, I want to spend more time truly affecting the heart and soul of those in the program. I want to lift their spirits and help them get out of the program and into a home.