Today, I talked with a guy at church about the Old Testament. After sharing his personal thoughts, he said, "Wow, I'm baring more of my soul to you than you probably like." I just smiled and admitted that I'd been doing a lot of that recently too. He smiled, "Your soul is showing."
In full disclosure of baring my soul, here are things I've been up to lately:
I've been at work now for a month. Turns out, most putts don't drop, most kids do end up being just people and most work is dull rather than otherwise. (to quote Jenkins Lloyd Jones) The honeymoon is over - now the real adjustment begins.
I got my library card from the Boston Public Library on Monday. Rejoicing commence! Also, I need book recommendations. Please!
After a conversation with a coworker, I decided to pick up studying Japanese in earnest. I promptly went to download an app for it and found Duolingo which is really cute and awesome and isn't available in Japanese ...So, I'm learning German.
On Saturday, my roommate and I went on a quest to find Boston Cream Pie and we couldn't find any.
On Sunday, my roommate was giving a guy a ride to his car after a cookie exchange activity. He yelled, "STOP!" when we got to his car. My roommate slammed on the brakes and all the cookies in my lap (two plates full) went flying.
Yesterday, in English class (yep, I'm in ESL again), we discussed Wind Chill and Hypothermia. I was freezing before I even walked out into the cold. I think we should only study warm things in winter.