I think I may have titled another blog "Extreme Days" once. If so, these days are well worth another title of the same. There have been a ton of things going on, especially with church and school! I thought the quote above was pretty sweet.
This semester is nearly over, just 5 weeks left. I cannot wait for the summer, except that I need to find a job somehow or at least find a couple summer classes to take in order to keep on track with my 4-year plan at Vanguard.
I realized that I am basically halfway done with my college experience, and I am really excited to get it done and get on to my career! I cannot wait to teach, and I'm really just trusting that God is going to get me through the next couple semesters 'cause I have a lot of rough math coursework ahead of me.
At church, there are a lot of things going on, as always. The Weekend is this weekend, starting Thursday, so we're all setting up tomorrow night and still trying to come up with clever team names and themes to get the students all excited. It's kind of hard to be excited, though, because I'm so tired at the same time!
Billy and I have been trying to just keep up and keep going...Sundays are our hardest days simply because we're at church for almost 12 hours. Needless to say, that can get pretty draining. On the bright side, we are both excited about Depth and excited to continue to see it grow. Also, a week from Saturday we'll be celebrating 1 year together, which...I must say is quite an accomplishment. We're both really It feels like it's been only a few months...time goes by so fast!
Back at home, our little dog as morphed quite nicely into our family, complete with the constant yapping and running around and licking and biting...he is quite the little man. Ben is driving...much better than I ever have, and both Ben and Steve are still crazy good baseball players. It's sweet to watch them grow up, but weird at the same time. My parents are just investing in us every single day...working a lot to make sure that we get the best.
Today I sang the national anthem at Calvary's softball game, which they dedicated to the lovely Mrs. Huffman as a result of her battle with breast cancer. It's always great to see people from "the olden days" of high school, both fellow students and administrators, old teammates and coaches, girls that I coached...it's just awesome and I absolutely loved it. I love the community atmosphere there. :)
Anyways, kind of a reflective post with only 1 picture... Sorry about that, just felt like saying something. :)
Also, 24 is throwing me for way too many loops...Lost...what the heck? American Idol - go Danny. The Office...oh Michael.
Yes, somehow I manage to watch all those.