Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Full-Timing It

I'm absolutely loving only having one full-time job. It's incredible. I'm experiencing a very steep learning curve for some things, but I really like it.  I'll get there.

I'm sorry I haven't been a faithful blogger. I haven't been a faithful friend to a lot of people, either. (wow...can I GET any more depressing?)

The goings-on:

  • Dave and I went to Toronto to see the Sound of Music. It was a really great time, although I absolutely crashed because I was so tired.
  • My cousin had her baby all safe and sound! She's in the high risk category, so it was a relief. I'm doing announcements for them, and I'm super excited.
  • We plastic-ized our windows for winter. I never claimed to have a glamorous life, people.
  • I'm loving the ESV Study Bible. I can't imagine what kind of pressure these people were under to make this thing happen.
  • I've brought my garden veggie spaghetti sauce back to life with a new twist and some chicken. I find myself wanting to have it every night for dinner.
  • We're going to Myrtle Beach for Thanksgiving. 
  • I think one year, I'm going to go anti-social for all holidays. I will stay in my bed and be alone for all holidays. Wouldn't that rock?
  • Churches are messy organizations. Not because they're poorly run, but because they're a "people business."
  • Directed a little drama this evening. Too much pressure.
  • Got asked to sing in a 12 person ensemble. I don't think the asker knew who he was talking to. Eek. Can I get an amen?
  • I'm insured. w00t!
  • Speaking of w00t!, Brian has a new game that makes me want to buy my first gaming system. It's soooo cute.
  • I'm reading Twilight.
  • Dave has been filling out the husband role nicely, lately. I love him.

6 comments:

Will McCullough said...

Congrats on the ESV Study Bible - That thing is wonderful.

j*amy said...

yayayayya :)

Susan said...

Having a new baby at holiday time gives you a free pass for any family gatherings. (New babies are *so* susceptible to germs! Babies are unpredictable! Breastfed babies give you an excuse to get out of dodge whenever you want!)

I must admit I'm *so* looking forward to our first Christmas at home in... well at least 6 years.

Anonymous said...

Al asked me to sing too. I'll do it if you do it! tee hee
MIndy

blythewhite said...

Danielle, thanks so much for your support. I totally agree that counseling can be so helpful, for allllllllll sorts of situations.

Glad to hear you're enjoying the ESV Study Bible. I've heard good things about it. I think it's time for me to check out something other than NIV or NRSV. ;)

Melinda said...

Nice job on Dereks sight. can you help me tweek mine now??j/k