Archive for December, 2007

Someone doesn’t like the laptop idea


2007
12.31

Hey all, it appears that there is a certain someone who is not liking the idea of Justin and I having laptops. Poor Java, she just comes up to me now and stares with this sad look when I’m online. It used to be just “daddy” that was on the laptop all the time but now, since I’ve been off for awhile, I’ve been on it more to pass time. Poor girl, I guess I better go take her for another walk. Here comes the whining… (from her of course hehe).

Bonnie’s got a laptop


2007
12.29

Hey everyone, I’ve finally got what I’ve wanted for a long time to use while I’m in school…a laptop. I’m sure you’ve seen on Justin’s blog that he has gotten a new laptop. This means he had to do something with the existing laptop and he knew better than to try to give it to someone else 😉 Now I will have something to take to class this coming semester to take notes on and keep me busy instead of paper and pencil. I almost feel guilty since we now have two laptops but I know they won’t go to waste.

Merry Christmas Everyone!


2007
12.25

God Bless you and your family today and forever!

Kissing the Face of God

Survived another semester


2007
12.15

Well folks, I’ve survived my final Fall semester at GWU in the masters program. I only have two more semesters to go (four classes). I’m afraid I have already started to see the symptoms of “senioritis”. I have officially found out that I made an A in Quants. I’m still waiting on the Healthcare Law grade. Grades are due by Monday so I should know soon (although I took the final last week). Next semester I’m debating taking three classes (Managerial Econ, Marketing Management, and Healthcare Organizations). I think I can do it but having to be out of the country for 11 days during the semester is going to make things pretty hard on me to get ahead or caught up. I guess I will wait until I see the syllabi to make my final decision. I’m so ready to be done and if I can do three this coming semester, all that will be left is the capstone course which will be a 1-2 hour group presentation and exit exam.

Other things going on…let’s see, we’ve been doing the usual Christmas party stuff, trying to shop, working like crazy at work shipping books to anxious students, and oh, PAYING OFF OUR CREDIT CARDS!!! I’m so excited! Dave Ramsey says, “Live like no one else so that later, you can live like no one else” so that is what we are trying to do. Next is cars and student loans. I can’t wait.

I hope you all are having a wondering Christmas season. Please Please Please don’t forget about Jesus. He hasn’t forgotten about you! Something else I learned last week while preparing for our Sunday School lesson was that there is a 400 year gap between the Old Testament and New Testament. Just thinking about how far back in the past Jesus’ coming and his birth were predicted, from when they actually happened is so cool. Who could argue against that?

MERRY CHRISTMAS!