Sunday, October 31, 2004

I know that I just updated this, but I figure it's reformation day so why not be a little festive and post a little somethin' somethin' ;).

Well, I'm on extreme survival mode the next three weeks until OK'd In Christ (our district gathering) occurs. Until that point we have something for either middle schoolers or for our high schoolers each weekend, and luckily we have two events on the same day. (I so did not plan that). After Ok'd means that I get to go home for THANKSGIVING and my Grandpa's 80th bday!I think that overall, Ok'd will be a great time, it's just surviving until that point. It has been "mass chaos" as one of my youth says and continues to be so. We have people canceling, signing up last minute, not turning in forms... oh the life of an intern.

In social news, it seems that the forecast has become slightly less gloomy. I went to a Halloween party last night and had a good time. Kristy Horrocks the other intern in OK was invited from a teacher at her school and then I was invited through her, but Kristy ended up going to lincoln so I went anyway with another someone I know from her church but didn't know too well. It was a good time and I had fun getting to know some people at least somewhat close to my age. It's too bad the party was in Norman (an hour away). I May have to travel down to Norman to check out their young adult ministry at the church there and see what's hoppin'.

All in all life is good, though busy. I'm missing and appreciating my seward girls more than ever and am looking forward to January which is really just around the corner, especially now that it seems they've been snatched and we have boy news to catch up on ;) .

Happy Reformation Day!

P.S. The whole "Fall back" thing is the best invention known to man. We should do it every day! :)