Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Surprisingly I'm in a pretty good mood right now. Mainly because I'm looking forward to a few events in the near future. The most recent is my friends b-day party on Saturday. I don't get to see this friend that often so it'll be cool. Second is the opening of "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe." Third is Winter Break, 3 days of which I will be in Nashville, TN at Passion 06. If you don't know what that is, ask me later. The only bad thing is before break is this thing called exam week. Ugh. Why do they throw the hard stuff and the at the end of the semester anyway? Anyway, for those of you who want to go see the new Narnia movie, I'm thinking about gathering a group of people together to go see it late after the Christmas dinner. My contact info is on facebook. Check ya later.

Thursday, November 17, 2005

Today was a long day at work. I'm glad that's over with now. Also, between yesterday and today, was a drastic temperature change. It was probably in the 60s or 70s and now it's in the 40s/50s. Wierd, huh? Anyway, I drove all the way back to school so I could meet with my marketing team and plan our presentation. Now I'm just waiting to know when we're meeting.
On a different note, I'm very glad that the semester is almost over. 3 weeks of no college whatsoever definitely has a certain appeal. I'm definitely looking forward to it.
Also, the movie night last night was horrible. The movie we watched was "How to Lose a Guy in 10 days" a movie with definite ual overtones and a high use of inappropriate language. Funny, yes, but at what expense? We definitely had better choices, such as "Radio" and "Rudy" which I believe everyone would have enjoyed and are much cleaner movies. The dessert was good, but I ended up not really having a good time. I feel like I wasted my time at the BSU. I think in the future, we should try coming to a consensus on what movie we watch or just find an alternative to watching a movie. I mean I probably would have preferred just a time of interaction and fellowship than watching a movie. I do enjoy movies, but developing friendships and sharing life with one another is far more important. Well, maybe next time. Anyway, that's all for now. I'll check back later.