Monthly Archives: September 2007

>Happy Birthday to Me

>Well it took long enough, but I am no longer a teenager. Oddly, it feels like it happen a long time ago.

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>Wow. I am glad today is over. Maybe it won’t seem so bad tomorrow.

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>Midterm Update

>I’m still alive and I think I still have my sanity- though I can’t be as sure on that one. Right now I’m confused on whether I should get started on my youth project or my MASSIVE midterm for Theology … Continue reading

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>24:52

>I ran the 5K put on by the Great Commission Center today. I had 2 goals: 1. Finish2. Finish before any of the child competitors Mission accomplished!!

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>Birds of a Feather

>Currently I am chilling/ studying at Quills Coffee, my new second favorite coffee shop. I must say this place is so hip it’s practically off the meter, and since they brew Sunergos beans you know that the coffee is excellent. … Continue reading

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>Wow! I can’t say how much I love Neil Rackers! Way to hit the winning field goal with one second left on the clock!

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>Confessions

> From Confessions – Saint Augustine (p. 29) “… in the theaters I sympathized with lovers when they sinfully enjoyed one another, although this was done ficticiously in the play. And when they lost one another, I grieved with them, … Continue reading

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>MLS

>Saturday I went to my first ever Major League Soccer game in Columbus, Ohio and watched the Chicago Fire defeat the Columbus Crew one – nil. It rained the entire 90 minutes and since we neglected to check the weather … Continue reading

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>Surprises

>Today was filled with a lot of surprises. Dr. Mohler quoted the song “John Wayne Gacy Jr.” by Sufjan Stevens in class this morning. I had no idea that Dr. Mohler even knew who Sufjan Stevens was, let alone actually … Continue reading

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