Okay. Here's the rundown:
-Last night I had a choir concert. I don't think I have a very good solo voice, but I love to sing and singing in a group is completely my cup of tea. We sang Worthy Is The Lamb and the Amens from Handel's Messiah. It was so much fun, but SO much more challenging than anything I've ever tried to sing before. My parents and my friend Kamie came to hear us and we got to talk afterwards.
-Then I went back to my room and finished my sermon outline for Dr. Strother which was due this morning at 8:00. I turned that in, sat through another boring class* and then went back to my room to....
-Pack for home, which is where I will spend my spring break. I'm taking home massive quantities of stuff, and my father will make fun of me when he sees it. He's convinced I cannot pack light to save my life, which is simply not the case. I just need to move some stuff back home. That's it. Honest. :D
- I had a humanities study session today, at noon. The test is this afternoon, and it's the longest test Dr. Carey assigns. It's art from the Byzantine era all the way through modern times. Do you know how much art's been done in that time? Lots. Lots and lots and lots.
- Today at 2:00, I have an interview with Christopher Kendricks, who is a graduating senior this year. I work for the Gold and Blue, the alumni publication, and Sarah Huxford (Also know as Boss Lady [just kidding. I've never called her that] [I think her father reads the blog and I don't think he'd be happy with me calling her that. :D ]) assigned me senior interviews. Christopher is one of the first to respond and I've..... never met him before. He's a Biblical studies/preaching major, I think, but that's all I know. I've alloted him 30 minutes (45 if he's interesting, but no more) and then....
- Home. I'm going home for spring break today and I cannot wait. I've got a list of homework to conquer as long as my arm and I've got a list of friends to catch up with equally as long, and that includes my parents and my brother, who's coming home, too. I'm itching to leave. I cannot wait to be home. A girl can only take so much school, you know.
I'll see you on the other side!
*That's a lie. I don't think preaching is boring. It's one of my favorites and I'm not just saying that because Dr. Strother may or may not be standing over my shoulder reading what I write... In all honesty, I really enjoy getting to see the background of the sermon. Although the downside of this is that it forces me to analyze every sermon I listen to.