bookbag… and other tales

*What is the first clue that you carry too much in your bookbag? Well the first clue actually should have been when I tried to lift it from the backseat of my car a few weeks ago and pulled my arm out of socket. The second is when I began to walk leaning to one side. Hmmm…

But the death of the bookbag came today. I was walking out to my car when I heard a ripping sound. I saw that the strap was coming loose on one side, but thought it would be ok for a few more steps. Then the bag hit the ground and I was left with the strap on my shoulder. It’s time to return to the backpack. I also think I should visit the chiropractor soon. :)

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*How does one go about respectfully disagreeing with a professor? I’ve done it before, but it’s not fun and I’m wondering if I should bother to try again. This particular professor says a lot of good things, but he keeps coming back to a particular verse that I feel is really misapplied. But then again, I’m just a lowly sophomore… who hasn’t studied Greek yet. *sigh* I probably won’t say anything.

*I was sitting in Panera having an IC Mocha and doing homework this morning (yes, I skipped chapel… bad Carolyn) when an elderly gentleman noticed my Bible and proceeded to talk to me for 10 minutes about all sorts of things including school, church, my major, and the fact that I only have my ears pierced in one place. It was funny… but I was almost late for class.

*If you are reading this, I think you’re an awesome person and I’m glad you’re my friend. If you’re not my friend yet, let’s change that, ok?

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  1. haha good stories.

  2. If it were to require Greek to know God, God would be true only for Greeks.

    “I thank thee, O Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent and hast revealed them unto babes.”

    God does not always use words — lob something hard at the man next time he indulges his favorite misapprehension.

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