Things are coming along nicely…

  • Classes are done for the summer (but I have loads of reading and writing to do).
  • Young Life’s trip to Wildhorse Canyon was this past weekend and it was awesome (pictures to follow).
  • My notebook is finally on its way!
  • Family trip to the ocean is coming up in a little over a week.
  • My friend Casey is getting married this Saturday.
  • The Pale Pacific is playing at the Crocodile and recording a live album this Saturday evening (let me know if you want to come, the Lonely Forest is playing with them earlier in the day as well, let me know if you want details).
  • Graduate school in education is much easier than graduate school in Theology.
  • I started using a cool book website called, you should check it out and add me as a friend.
  • My SPU/ARC blog is helping me keep things organized.
  • Yep, things are going fairly well right now. I am busy, but having fun and just enjoying things. It is just amazing that the summer is going by so fast! School starts up in about a month! Crazy. Anyway, I am still around and have a number of posts that I know I need to get up. Have patience! ;)

    Categories: Daily Life
    1. salmypal
      August 10th, 2007 at 07:57 | #1

      Shouldn’t graduate school in education be one of the more difficult programs? :)

    2. salmypal
      August 10th, 2007 at 08:07 | #2

      I just checked out your SPU blog and I gotta say, I’m really looking forward to watching you cultivate “with-it-ness”. Ha!

    3. August 10th, 2007 at 10:33 | #3

      Haha, one would think it should be. I guess it also just depends on what “hard” means. For some it is the sheer volume of stuff to read and write, which this program has a lot of. But at Regent there was just a higher level of comprehension and analysis of a specific content area that isn’t expected here. The papers that I had to write there were much more complex I think.

      Heh, yeah I was amazed at how often the word “with-it-ness” gets used. I mean, it makes sense, it is just somewhat silly for graduate students to be using it. ;)

    1. August 10th, 2007 at 16:14 | #1

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