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Friday, March 26, 2004
Hm...how I wish there was a Friday Five today--I'm not feeling really talkative this morning. Had a really, really good night's sleep last night (so much so that I could have easily slept at least two hours more this morning.
A big congratulations to my friend KC Wahe who finally passed his Polity exam to be ordained as a pastor of the Presbyterian church!!!
Happy (early) birthday to Terrence, who will be 26 on Sunday (and not tomorrow as previously published)! By the age of 26, College dropout Steve Wozniak co-founded Apple Computer, Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin, revolutionizing the economies of the United States and Britain, and Gon Yangling memorized more than 15,000 telephone numbers in Harbin, China. Hm...wonder what Terrence will do in his 26th year. :)
This weekend I'll be going to Sun City West, AZ, where no one is younger than 55. I will be visiting my grandparents who live in Sun City West. Usually, it's a very low-profile weekend of hanging around their house and listening to my grandpa talk about planes or what have you. One of the last times I went they took me for a drive and showed me the new hospital (we even got to walk in the cafeteria--ooh, fun) and one time my grandma took me to some museum with a really cool artist on exhibition. This time I think Grandma Lucie might take me to the resale shop...just sorta depends on how grandpa feels and stuff.
Since there's no Friday Five today, I'll answer Alison's One:
What's one thing you know a lot about that nobody ever asks you about?
Well, I'm asked all of the time about color choices, so people must know or at least think that I have some sort of knowledge about color. I'm also asked pretty frequently how you do something in Photoshop. Hm...but things that I know a lot about but nobody ever asks me...hm... I guess I know a lot about books, as I read a lot. No one really asks me that much about books. I guess I know a lot about the Bible and/or church history/symbology and not too many people ask me about that, either.
- Jenny, 3/26/2004 10:34:00 AM