This past week has been the most beautiful week of the last two years of my life- weather wise. Fall is creeping up on us! The humidty has been low which has made it not seem so hot, so I've been driving with the windows down... I LOVE IT!!! I love fall. I have decided it. It's time for wearing sweaters and boots and looking uber cute! I'm totally jazzed!
In other news... school starts on Monday. Well, techinically, it started yesterday, but since I only have classes on Monday and Wednesday, I'll start on Monday. I finally nailed down my schedule- Ethics from 11:30 to 1, Reformed Theology from 1 to 2:30, a break, Rodger's long-name class from 4 to 5:30, and then on Mondays only, Church Administration from 6:30 to 9:30. I'm hoping I can work in some work study time at the library. I need 6 hours a week. I should be able to pull that out! I haven't blogged since I found out that I may not be able to graduate in May. Because of Pastoral Care (see Feb - May 2004 posts), I need 10 classes to graduate, and they will only let me take 9 because my GPA will not be high enough (even if I make straight A's) to be allowed to overload in the Spring. I'm working on alternatives. But I'm still pretty peeved about the whole thing! More to follow later...
Additionally (I am full of news today!) I got another job yesterday. I'll be working as a server at Ted's Montana Grill in East Cobb (store #42). They open on September 19, and I've got training from now til then (basically). I'll still be working at the law office as my schedule permits. I'm poor... I need two jobs! So, we'll see how that goes. We had orientation last night and it seems like it's going to be a great place to work for. Ted Turner is one of the co-founders and he's so environmentally conscious and it's spilled into the concept... I love it! And there's always the possibility that Ted will show up... which is a bonus. The good thing is that there's a ton of room for growth in the company (a lot of the managers and training staff there yesterday have been with the company less than 2 years) which opens the door of possibilities for what to do while I wait to get a job at a church (who knows when that will be). So, that's that.
Other than that, things are pretty much the same. Hope things are going well with you! :)