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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


Thursday, April 21, 2005

Hello and hello.

Hello. First blog in a long time! This has been a bad week for blogging. I've meant to, but I don't think about it much during the day and I have been going up to the Pabiana earlier this week than I usually do, and there's no internet access up there. I've been going up in vain attempts to get work done, since I have several papers left before we leave for Blacksburg, which is in nine days. NINE DAYS, I TELL YOU!!!

Tonight's feature: I don't feel like having a feature tonight.

Today was good to mediocre. This morning I was exhausted, but amazingly got more awake as the day progressed, paying attention in class and even following much of the lecture while multi-tasking. After class (political science today), I ate lunch and soon went up to the Pabiana to work. After some time of trying to work but not really achieving it, I began to actually work. Justin and I started working on the porch, because it was fantastically beautiful and sunny outside, and the green mountain in front of the slope we live on was clear in the sunshine. Also, the sky was intensely blue and there were huge, shockingly white poofy clouds in the sky. The little daisies which are all over the Pabiana's yard were very bright also in the sun. Alas, the sun went away and it got cold, then Justin and I moved inside and I continued to get things done. Then we came down here to dinner, and got finished up in good time. The day was fine, until I got an email about not getting the job I was sort of counting on for the summer and into the fall. The fact is, I should have been writing more emails to people, but I thought things were going well with this, and I was really busy for a while and couldn't handle everything, and then I came back and kind of assumed I would get that job. So I'm not extremely crushed about not getting the job, though I would have liked it very much I'm sure, since it was in Blacksburg, a writing job with flexible hours... but what I really am sorry about is that it's April 21 and I don't have a job. And everybody else has probably taken care of their job searching already, so I don't know what might be available. :( I'm sure it will turn out fine and God has something in mind, but I could have handled this better. :-/


At Friday, April 22, 2005 1:21:00 PM, Blogger Justin said...

how to be swell. :-)


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