I have been very crazy busy lately...which is why I have not been able to post as frequently as I would like, but oh well. Life goes on with or without me typing about it.
I am very forgetful when I am tired thus illustrated by the partial list of things below that I have forgotten in the last few days, and then explained in the rest of the post:
- I forgot how to get to work and get back home several times
- I forgot my cell phone
- I forgot where I left my checkbook (not good when you need to pay rent!)
- I forgot whether or not I brushed my teeth yesterday...gross I know! Just in case anyone is wondering, I'm pretty sure I did, but the fact that I thought about it several times was a sure sign that I'm too tired to remember anything!
- and I forgot how thankful I am for good friends and random times with them
I am busy mostly with working two jobs - my new job at the design company going well, and the other at a retail store. The retail job will most likely be just for the holidays, because 14 hours a day (both jobs back to back) is not the most ideal situation. It has been kinda fun, just exhausting though...
Tonight I didn't have to work retail and I randomly got to catch up with some of my best friends. It was random in the fact that we hadn't planned really to meet, and it was amazing that we were all free, so we met up at the mall for dinner and a little shopping - but mostly just walking and catching up. It seriously felt like a Sex and the City power lunch where we were all meeting from different areas with so many different things going on in our lives, but able to get together in a busy place to fill each other in. We didn't even do much shopping, just walked the mall and even though I had intended to come home early, we easily spent a few hours there. Good times. Ok I'm going to go to bed now so I will hopefully be less forgetful for the rest of the week....
btw - here is a really funny post by someone who understands the emerging church movement well: http://purgatorio1.blogspot.com/2005/11/you-might-be-emerging-if.html