|The Medieval Bestseller
I read it somewhere on the Internet...
Tuesday, September 19, 2006
So I tried to work on the website and felt horribly limited and quit after an hour of frustration. I didn't quit the job - I quit that day so that I could re-group and think a bit about how to tackle this problem and wait for further permissions to be granted to me. I am able to adjust the HTML, so my latest thought is to create the elements of the website in my Dreamweaver and then copy and paste the HTML in this new program (I'm using this content-manager software).
I thought about trying that this morning, but then got side-tracked by buying my books for this coming semester. We have this deal where the bookstore will price-match to Amazon, so I spent most of the morning printing out the prices of Amazon and then the second half of the morning going to the bookstore, finding all of the books and then buying them. Considering how many books I got, $265 kinda seems like a good deal...although I was hoping that the total price would be more like $200. Not having read the books, I think the class I'm looking forward to the most might be my ethics of the synoptic gospels class. For those not in-the-know, the synoptic gospels are Matthew, Mark and Luke.
I guess I haven't listed the classes I'm taking just yet, so here they are:
- Introduction to Hebrew Exegesis
- Developing Compassionate Communication in the Church
- Ethical Implications of the Synoptic Gospels
- World Christianity through World Literature
- "Through a Glass Darly": The Biblical and Shakespearean Visions
I'm also signed up for a one-unit class called Word & Act, but I will likely drop it. Classes begin tomorrow, which I am really excited about. I'll be glad to start up in a routine again.
- Jenny, 9/19/2006 09:10:00 AM