Sunday, January 24, 2010

Break Time

I posted a bit about the Hebrew exam which we got yesterday and have to turn in on Thursday, and then had second thoughts, so I'll repost later this week. I was afraid that some kind of inadvertent discussion would ensue, and the last thing I need is to be the first person ever to have her exam discounted due to blogging.

It was kind of a nice day. I've stayed at seminary for the week-end, so I went to a GORGEOUS church this morning, a church at which one of our professors is the senior pastor. In the interests of even more discretion, I am not going to comment on the discussion some of us had afterward and my own observations contrasting this church with my home and field ed churches. Let's just say that between my classes and my experiences, I'm having a fascinating and enlightening year with respect to all the different ways worship might be.

It's been mostly dark and rainy so I've mostly stayed in and worked. (I did go for a soaking walk.) A fireplace would have made for a very nice afternoon.

Now I'm just exhausted. I plan to respond by playing around for a few minutes with one of those counters that tells where your blog visitors are from. So ~ if you're headed for someplace exotic, stop by for a visit!

9 comments:

romelover said...

blessings on you. glad you're still coherent.

a faithful reader!
chrissie

Gabriele said...

You remain in my prayers

Rev SS said...

sorry I missed the post about the exam .. and would love to hear more about the worship experiences :) ... blessings on your exegesis

Karen said...

hang in there, girl. bad weather at least keeps you indoors studying. only a few more days, then on to bigger and better things. cheering you on from the sidelines.

Mompriest said...

I think you are wise to not be public with any thing related to the exams...

prayers continue...

Cynthia said...

Thinking of you while you're going through exams.

Carol said...

You continue in my thoughts and prayers, GG. Wishing you strength for the remaining tasks ahead.

Beach Walkin said...

i've lit the fire... it's here when you need it... whether to warm your cold and weary bones... or burn hebrew stuff. i'm also praying for you.

Anonymous said...

Continuing to pray with and for you as you study/pray/worship/write - all steps closer to taking a brush to a palette of multicolored opportunities to serve our God and God's people. Your ministry will be defined by your being both gifted and God's gift.