I have a terrible propensity to be petty and childish when I feel attacked or wronged. I am finally letting the Holy Spirit work in me on that.
I really enjoy reading St. Augustine, but in a completely different way reading his theological works than just my initial read of his Confessions.
I do not run well on only three hours of sleep. A needlessly sleep deprived weekend is a terrible way to preface a Monday.
I am overdue for a trip to the zoo. I need my giraffe fix.
I am currently in a "I want to listen to piano etudes" music phase, and Liszt has wonderfully stepped up to the challenge.
I fear my new passion for theology may be limiting my course selections for next semester, seeing as it is overshadowing my passion to learn all other sorts of things. Furthermore, most of the courses in which I am interested in taking next semester are not offered during the spring semester. So I may end up taking a random geology class to bring my schedule up to 15 hours. I admit, however, that geology could end up being an interesting contrast to theology.
I LOVE LOL MONDAYS (CBS has an excellent sitcom lineup for Monday nights this fall, one which kicks off with Season 4 of How I Met Your Mother and Season 2 of Big Bang Theory)!
And a memorable quote that is still bringing me giggles:
"Imagine that rust on my brand new silver mustang when I was younger. Think of EVIL as that rust. What was that rust? A lack of car."
--Dr. Williams, in explaining Augustine's understanding of the nature of evil, September 22, 2008
Posted on Mon, September 29, 2008
by Hannah Decker filed under