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O satisfy us in

the morning with

Your lovingkindness,

That we may sing

for joy and be glad

all our days.

Psalm 90:14


Friday, November 05, 2004

We need a break

from the titles that refer to how good the day was. They're boring. :)

This blog is about another good day, however. It started poorly. That is to say, I felt awful for not studying for my test at 9:30, (though I was glad I petted Max! He likes me better!) and wasn't doing too well on the test at first, though I prayed a lot and eventually figured it out pretty well. Then had lunch with Lori, and went over and pretended to study Greek for a little while before work. Then went to work, which consisted of stuffing and sealing today's contribution to a 6,000-letter-strong mailing for the Dean's office. Remember me, when you or someone you know receives one of those form letters that you generally skim. I actually like the monotony, for a while, but the number is dramatic. :)

Then had class (we talked about blogs and their effects on politics. And about how people who like to edit and write and can can always find jobs. I found that very happy. :) Then I ran to a piano lesson and found out that my second one for the day was cancelled, so I went over to say hey to Justin and ended up eating dinner with him. Yay, that was helpful physically and conversationally! Then ran home, sort of practiced piano, and headed back out to Cru a little later. It was great. The music was great and very encouraging and worshipful, the message was right on (tailor made to me) and the music after was still great. Greater. Then we hung out at BK afterward. :)

Must go. Good night, readership.

Tuesday, November 02, 2004


another blog. I knew it would be like this.

Well, today was another good day. It was so beautiful out, all day. I got out of both of my classes 45 minutes early today, and was able to accomplish other necessary things as a result. One crucial thing was a grand time on my website. I found out the wonderful news that the lab I need is now open to the fine hour of 9 pm four days a week, and then I figured out some stuff on my website, which is very good. I was very encouraged by that. Then Peeps lunch was great fun, and I had a nice little working/chat time with Justin after, both of us very much enjoying the fantastic November 2 weather (uncharacteristic). Then I worked at work and headed off to class... and had piano lessons and came home.

Lonely readership, I'm sorry this doesn't live up to the thrilling-chilling standard created by your own blog, but *sigh* oh well. :) It'll come. (If you build it, it will come)