So contrary to popular belief (well actually contray to my own belief) last night was not the last night of Celebrity Mole. The show boiled down to the last possible moment before the Mole was revealed. How frustrating. I don’t even know why it bothered me. It’s only a TV show for crying out loud. I hate to be one who is so suckered in so that when the show is over, I verbally express my discontent in the end, being so anxious for what is to come next week. I thought I’d not drop to that level. Or at least not about a show like Celebrity Mole.
But it definitely was an enjoyable day and evening. I totally felt productive. Getting the Bolg working was a good thing. Taking care of things at the DMV went as well as could be expected. And work wasn’t too horrible, except for making a mistake that could get me fired *see prayers. But then getting over to church to be with the Jr Higers absolved all the stress of work. Making it to the gym with John was a totally relaxing and needed experience (though working my butt off isn’t exactly relaxing, but working out is something I do need to do more). Then there was the Mole, let me just re-cap that part of the evening. Amy was a blast to watch, as she at least one point during the show she had each of the 3 remaining players pegged as the Mole. She was plagued by the air of doubt, but I think all said and done she was sticking with her pick of Mark Curry, but I do have to publicly proclaim that Angie Everheart will emerge as the Mole next Wed at 10pm on ABC. (yea for shameless plugs, I think ABC owes me a check, I’m sure they’ll say it’s in the mail)
After we got done watching the Mole, John, Bill and I had a fairly good discussion about this kinda obscure passage in Exodus 4:21-25. It kinda seems like it doesn’t fit. But all in all we shared some great insight as we talked through it.
Today was a bit more disconcerning, since I let the work thing get to me. The shadow of doubt was looming over me the most of the day which made things a bit harder. But focusing on God really puts things in perspective. As I’ve continued to read James these verses have been a comfort to me.
I just wanted to comment on V-day a bit. Since it seems this year to be more of a prominent occasion. I’ve got some amazing plans for this weekend. I really can’t wait to enjoy the festivities. Saturday is so jammed packed with things that I’ve planned I can’t even begin to describe all I’m going to do. And believe it or not, I’ve asked a special lady to join me in all the festivities. Let me tell you about her, she’s so amazing and kind. Her heart for the Lord is something to be admired. Her willingness to put other’s needs before her own, her compassion, her humbleness, and she likes me!!!! The whole enchilada.
You’ll just have to wait until sometime sunday afternoon for me to post about it, since sat night I’ll be to tired to write about it.