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I'm Meg. I'm a Work Site Health Education major at ECU and I LOVE my life!!!








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  • 1. Favorite Bible Verse? "Let everything that has breath, praise the Lord, Praise ye the Lord" Psalms 150: 6
  • 2. Favorite Book of Bible? Titus
  • 3. Favorite Christian Artist? ...blank...
  • 4. Hardest Commandment to follow for yourself? Remember the sabbath and keep it holy
  • 5. In one sentence, describe your relationship with Christ. everchanging
  • 6. Favorite highlighter color for marking Bible? Blue
  • 7. Favorite Worship song? Days of Elijah
  • 8. Prayer Request? Lonely, desperate people who feel hopeless and unworthy
  • 9. What is your favorite miracle Jesus performed? Feeding the 5,000
  • 10. Favorite Biblical quote? "are you really so dull..."
  • 11. Favorite Bible character? Paul
  • 12. Which do you prefer to read? Old or New Testament? New
  • 13. Biggest thing God did for you? Gave me new life, new start
  • 14. What's one question you'd like to ask God when you get to Heaven? Why mosquitos
  • 15. Favorite Christian holiday? Christmas
  • 16. Favorite Book written by a Christ follower?
  • 17. One thing you don't like about the Christian religion? Judgmental and "holier than thou" stereotypes
  • 18. One thing Christ delivered you from? Loneliness, depression
  • 19. Which would you rather do: hug or high five Jesus? Hug
  • 20. Question of your own!
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Japanese Wisteria Tunnel

These photos were taken at the Kawachi Fuji Garden, about a four hour drive from Tokyo, but there are wisteria festivals all over Japan, including at the Kameido-Tenjin Shrine, where tourists in the Edo period often visited the famous wisteria; the Wake Wisteria Park, in Wake-cho, Okayama, and at Ashikaga Flower Park, which has three massive wisteria trellises that extend 3,280 feet squared. (Time Out Tokyo has a list of additional notable wisteria around the city worth visiting.)

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