Wednesday, November 18, 2009

A Week and a Half at a Glance

I've gotten a little obsessed with catching up on those reviews, haven't I? Let's talk about what else has been going on in my life.

So, the 7th and 8th were a busy weekend. Okay, so Sundays are always busy with church and Babylon 5. But the 7th was a birthday party for a couple of friend's one year olds. It was a tad chilly to be sitting out in the park in the shade, but we had a good time. Hamburgers, cake, and lots of presents. Heck, there was even a quickly ultimate Frisbee game that my team won.

The next couple of days, I went on the Finance retreat for work. Okay, so it was more like two days of off site meetings and not a retreat in that sense. But it was good to be there and see how things are beginning to shape up for next year.

Wednesday night, I hung out with some friends for dinner and Meet the Robinsons. Finally borrowed Joe's external hard drive, too. Good times.

Other than that, the rest of last week was pretty boring and quiet. Just work and home watching TV. Loved the second episode of V.

Last weekend started out with Bible study on Friday night. A convicting chapter on anger. Saturday, I missed ultimate Frisbee to go to a goodbye party for some friends who are moving to Oregon. I'm glad I went, but that wasn't a good reason to get together wtih people. No one can move!

And Sunday, I finished my membership class at church. Now I just need to actually fill out the application and contact the elder to set up an appointment. I keep forgetting to do these minor things.

And that's about it. Can't believe it's Wednesday already this week. Where does the time go?


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