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finding life in ambivalent places

finding life in ambivalent places
 

what can you get done...

during nine hours of class?
this is what i've done during the past two days of class. i started the morning out trying to pay attention, but for some reason i cannot stay focused on anything. i'm taking old testament genre, and i'm not sure but i think the fact that i can't get excited about this class may mean i'm not really a great christian.

nevertheless, i am productive.

* i have scheduled an appointment for my travel immunizations for kenya this summer. * i have made phone calls checking in on my dad and brother who are currently driving from atlanta to phoenix. * i have debated the theological validity of counseling, gender neutral language in the bible, and other hot topics (all through the magic of g-chat). * i have caught up with old friends (also through the magic of g-chat, and facebook. yes, i signed up for facebook. i couldn't keep fighting the peer pressure.) * i have done reading for my other classes. * i have sent and received four e-mails (although the number would be much higher if i included all the status messages i got from facebook after i signed up). * i have consumed a bag of cinnamon life, an apple, two string cheese, 1000mL of water, two diet cokes, and a delicious chicken sesame salad from anthony's.

and, somehow, i've taken four pages of notes during class. four pages is nothing, in comparison to the novel the girl in front of me has on her computer, but since most of what has been said is in my textbooks, i think i'll be alright.

and who knows what i'll get done tomorrow? yep. i have class all day tomorrow too. ugh.
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