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Monday, April 02, 2007

Well, I finished my paper just after dinner on Sunday night. I actually had it mostly finished sometime Sunday afternoon, but took a bit of time to read through it and think about it. I'm not sure if my conclusion is any good; my conclusions are almost always as scant as they can be, as if I am saying, "you've read the paper - you can conclude it with your own thoughts."

Anyway, now I need to get started on writing not one, but two women-sensitive sermons. One I will be writing on Mary and Martha (should start on that today) and the other I haven't the faintest clue. Now that my exegesis paper for parables is out of the way, the rest of the semester seems a bit more manageable, although it will continue to keep me busy with the various papers and projects that are still to come (not to mention the pesky business of keeping up with my reading).

Speaking of reading, I like to read for fun at night, just before I go to bed. The last few nights I have gone to bed fairly late and have stayed up even longer reading because I really like my book (consequently I've been quite tired in the mornings). The book I am reading is called My 'Dam Life: Three Years in Holland and is quite funny at points. I think after I'm finished with it, I'll likely send it to Chris, as he was recently asking for book suggestions and I think he'd enjoy it.

I've begun to think about what to do with my stuff. After graduation I'm going back home to Burbank (via my last cross-country driving trip - thank goodness) and all of my stuff will not fit in my car. I have to start making decisions about what I don't need anymore, what I can mail back (most of my books), what I can start packing now and what what I'll need to take with me in the final car ride home. Consequently, shopping has had even less of an appeal lately as I do not think about the price of an item whether I cannot live without it but rather think, "Will I want to pack this up in a month's time and move it across the country?" Many items lose their appeal when I put things in that framework as packing and moving has to be one of the least fun things ever.

- Jenny, 4/02/2007 09:46:00 AM

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