Good morningLast night was a fun night of dinner with my family, Justin, and the Riva roommates. I think the lasagnas turned out satisfactorily, and the peanut butter pie was beyond question delicious. Then we studied for a while for the Italian exam, which was early this morning. I was not happy to get up so early, but the sky was so beautiful and the test went well, so that's okay. :)
Tomorrow is the last exam! I wonder what it will feel like to be done. I think probably if I'm not careful to be thankful to God and enjoy it, alas I will feel busy all over again without relaxing, as soon as I start to work.
Well, God is good. I am so thankful for a fun night last night with everybody, a great talk with Justin afterward, and getting my heart headed back on track with God. It's been great to want to pray again and open my heart up to God and be vulnerable with Him.
Well, y'all have a nice day. If you stop by the blog, please say hi. :)
Hey there! :) Thanks for dropping by. :) (ah, what would I do without my faithful trusty readership?)
So, what do you think of the new comment dating method? Now you can see not only what time the person commented, but also what DAY, which I think is very helpful.
:D I like it. Except, I would say, get rid of the seconds if possible; they make it too busy.
And HOW did you do it? I'm dead serious...I've wondered for so long how to make the day on my comments page show up, but alas. Well, actually I haven't tried exceptionally hard, but the question has arisen in my mind, so I'd like to know the easy answer how sometime. :)
Hey there... you go to the settings page on your blog, and go to "Settings>Formatting" and change the timestamp format. Not very cognitive, huh? ;)
:O chillio. I don't particularly like the options though. :-/
Hey, I just noticed that below the commenting box, they now have the text for the post that you are commenting on. Remember back in the day, when I wrote them a letter about making this? Yay! :-)
Something tastes stale over yonder. ;)
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