After Me

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You seemed to hint that you had more than just one reason for finding it wrong to drink underage.
Well, I just don’t see how it can be worth the risk.
What do you mean?

They say that underage drinking can negatively affect brain.
But is that even true?
To be completely honest, I do have my doubts but, because one can live without alcohol, I don’t see the point in taking the risk.
Why take the risk of damaging your brain when you don’t need alcohol to survive, I guess that makes sense.
Continued here. Back to the beginning.

I completely forgot to mention last week that I was mentioned in an episode of Good Mythical Morning. Every week they ask for questions to answer in their upcoming episodes. I asked a question and they picked to answer it first on the December 4th episode. Link to that here.

Friday my friend and I went to a hockey game for a short time just to see the concert that was being held afterward. Attaboy was that band. If you’ve read any of my other posts about Attaboy, you would know that I have a special spot for them in my heart. Now most people at this concert were there merely because it was a free bonus for the end of their hockey game but that’s not why my friend and I were there. We got in to the concert area early and got right up front. They started to play and I was the only one singing along. After the concert, my friend wanted to take a picture with the band so we did. They told me how they noticed me singing along. I thought that was pretty cool. Anyway, this week’s song is by Attaboy called After Me.

After Me is about our tendency to run from God, “When did I get so good at running from the grace that I have found?” Not only is it about us running from God but also about how He chases after us. He does so no matter where we go. Even when we are trying our hardest to get away, running at our fastest speeds, He closes in on us. It’s really a beautiful song with a great message. God wants us so badly that He chases us down and captures us with his love.

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