Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Ag! It's been a while. I'm feeling a catch up post coming on...
I am a college student. Anybody else out there experiencing full time college for the first time? Mind blowing! Some days I'll get home and not have hardly any homework and get to read all day long. "College life is amazing!" Then other days I'll have tons of things to do in a day and a half on top of my job. "Panic attack!" But overall, I'm really enjoying my college career. Anatomy and Physiology is tough. I'm in love with my English class. And I get lots of exercise walking from class to class and then to my car. Today I got a really good parking spot and I felt like doing a happy dance.
I just finished reading an amazing book. It's called Velvet Elvis by Rob Bell. Wow. It is incredibly thought provoking. It's a Christian Non-Fiction and talks about repainting the Christian faith. I definitely recommend it....but to those who are really grounded in your faith. It touches on some major topics.
Still crazy about Doctor Who. My sister and I actually redecorated our bathroom into a Doctor Who theme. *grins* I'm in the middle of season three now. And, I'll try not to ruin it for anyone watching it currently, but the end of season two was probably one of the saddest things I have ever watched. I cried. And it took me a good while to move onto season three. But, I'm okay now! I'm getting used to Martha...she's nice. Different. But nice.
If you would, take a moment and click on this link here. Walking on Sonshine is my best friend's newly established blog. I'll love you forever if you'll go check it out. It's pretty great!
October Baby comes out on dvd today. I saw it in theaters and thought it was just splendid. I'm very tempted to go out and buy it. I might, just might, go do it...then I can have a movie night tonight.
Before I close this post and hit the 'publish' button, I wanted to take moment to say something about today, 9/11. It's been eleven years. I pray that we all remember that tragic day and the lessons it taught us as a country. I also pray for the grieving families out there that lost loved ones in the attacks. You're in my thoughts and prayers.
Blessings to you all! Have a super fantastic day.