Passion (imagine life without it), pogo sticks, peppermint patties, Peter Gabriel's "In Your Eyes," the Pixies, prayers, Paul, photographs, Phil Collins, Positive K ("I Gotta a Man"), parties, pepperoni, pastries, pink, pineapple, Pez candy, pizza, peppermints (especially the cinnamon ones), popsicles, pumpkin, presents (especially when they are a surprise and for no reason), pretzels (hot ones from the mall with cheese), pinatas, Pride & Prejudice, and pimiento cheese (especially from the Masters)
Peanut butter: I like it on top of ice cream sundaes and in brownies, cookies, candy, Oreo bark, cakes, buckeyes, icing, and between two slices of white bread.
Peace: The peace that I've experienced as I've submitted my life to God is greater than any description I could provide.
Pancakes: Lately I've liked the blueberry ones at Cracker Barrel, but my favorite pancakes ever were served at a cafe in some hippy surfer village in Costa Rica. They were banana pancakes with chocolate syrup. Yummy.
Pearl Jam: I would name my favorite songs, but I have too many. Can anyone name just one? The first time I saw them in concert, we traveled to Charlotte with general admission tickets to a stadium. Somehow we lucked out and ended up in the mosh pit directly in front of the stage, mere feet from Eddie Vedder. It was awesome. I think a mutual love for this band kept my high school boyfriend and me together for four and a half years since it was our one shared interest:)
"Pride:" This is my favorite sermon so far by Tim Keller. It's one of those that's excellent and on point whether you're a Christian or not; it definitely helped me see how so much of my motivation is (unfortunately) pride.
Pete Yorn: I'm always surprised by how many people aren't familiar with his music; let me know if I need to send you a CD.
Neighbor update: I knocked on my neighbors door one evening after work, but they didn't answer. They might not have heard me though; I'm not very good about knocking loudly since I hate bothering people. So the next day I left a big post-it note on their door, thanking them for the offer and giving them my phone number in case they ever need anything like directions or flour.