Meki 365: Blogger with a Cause

Today’s prompt:

If your day to day responsibilities were taken care of and you could throw yourself completely behind a cause, what would it be?

The cause of Christ, of course! Though, I probably should be doing that even now that my day-to-day responsibilities are still MY day-to-day responsibilities, ‘no?

Random side note: Below is a random share of the day. A photo of functional teammates. Wahoo.

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Meki 365: Name That You!

Today’s prompt:

Do you know the meaning of your name, and why your parents chose it? Do you think it suits you? What about your children’s names?

I am named Melody simply because my parents love music. The end. Haha! I think it does kinda suit me. A pastor I’ve met in the past told me that my name seems to speak of what my role in life is — and after googling, I’ve found the following meanings of ‘melody’:

  • the principal part in harmonized music
  • musically satisfying sequences of notes collectively
  • from Greek melos, “song,” its early sense was “sweet music.”

I’ve also been told by a name interpretation thing we had from college that my name “Melody Kay” translates to “Joyful joyful” in Latin (or something). Interesting, huh? But yeah, I guess I am quite a happy-happy kinda person.

On another note, I am still uncertain as to what I will call my future kid. Nimshi? Kilig? Names of ex-crushes? So many choices.

Meki 365: Groundhog Day

Today’s prompt:

In the comedy “Groundhog Day” Bill Murray experienced the same day again and again, stuck in a time loop until he got the day “right.” What day would you choose to repeat until you got it right? Do you think it’s ever possible to get life “right”?

I’d probably repeat my marriage day? I dunno hahahaha. This is a tough question. I think marriage is the only thing that I’m scared to not get right. I’m quite sure about my faith matters — ’cause that’s what faith is all about.

Though I don’t think we can ever possibly get life “right” by our own efforts. I trust that God makes things work together for our good.