First, on September 11, 2001 I was at my first semester of college. I remember walking out of class into the lounge where the big screen/couches were, sitting down and not really understanding what I was seeing. That’s when I realized there are two kinds of people in this world. Those who observe disasters and are able to analyze and understand all possible outcomes and repercussions right away. Then there are those who need time to let things sink in and bear the weight of something emotionally before they understand the rest of it. That’s me. I’m also convinced that the first type of people make more money than the rest of us.
Second, I’m going to the Bahamas in October and am extremely excited. I’ll be traveling down to support and help a few of our church’s missionaries with my pastor and two (possibly just one) younger girls from the church. The girls will be my responsibility, which gets me really pumped. I know it sounds funny, but I love teenage girls. There will be more on my trip to come….
Third, I’m the biggest procrastinator I know. For about a week now, I’ve told myself that I’m not aloud to do anything until I finish my support letter for my trip. I haven’t finished it yet. This is what happens when you’re out of school for a long time, you forget how to work at home. I’m procrastinating right now, actually. Lame.