Thursday, May 13, 2010

Day 270 (End of Term)

I understand in my head the there is only one week left in the term. I don't really feel it yet, possibly because there is still just so much to do. I have to study for the Theology final, but that shouldn't be too bad. I have three papers to write, one due on Monday, another on Friday, and another at some point after that...not sure exactly when. None of these papers should present too much of a challenge, but I'm just kind of tired of writing papers. I had ample free time to work on them today, but I couldn't bring myself to do it. I was not entirely unproductive; talked to two people in the administrative building to fill out a Clergy Recommendation Assessment Form for me and sent a third to my session liaison back home. I also did a load of laundry.

I have a meeting with the person doing my psych eval to go over the results. The above mentioned forms are supposed to be part of that, but I hadn't gotten a chance to get them filled out yet, and the one I sent back home, I have no idea when it's coming back. Hopefully this won't be putting too much of a damper on my plans.

I have to drive Ryan to the airport tomorrow morning at 6:30, which means waking up at 6:00 at the latest. This might be hard because I've been going to bed really late and I think my circadian rhythm is off. Should be all right. Then I get to preach my first SFTS sermon! I'm pretty excited about that. It'll only be my third sermon ever in my life. I just need to remember to t a l k s l o w l y . . .

Then my last improv class. Then Stacey comes up for a visit and hopefully I'll have figured out a convenient time to meet with my Committee on Pastoral Ministry. I'm hoping the scheduling doesn't mess up my plans for my whole summer O_o

I think going to Alaska is out of the picture. I still haven't managed to acquire a passport and we're getting pretty close to the wire here. Oh well. One less thing to plan for.


  1. You can get a rush on them and get the paperwork and submit it at places like your local post office. It's expensive though :-(

  2. idk, my summer seems like it's overbooked anyway, so I probably shouldn't worry about it too much.

  3. I heard your sermon went well! Thanks! Annette

  4. I had a great time doing it! Thanks for the opportunity!