Musings - July 1, 2005
It's been one heck of a day - topping off a very busy week, topping off an insanely busy month! I'm glad it's over. Not complaining, mind you - the work is good and rewarding - there was just so much of it recently - and the hardest part was most tasks were new learning. I love to learn new things, but I think I explored enough different areas last month (mostly in Marketing Research :-P) to last me at least through next month ;-)
I had originally planned to kick off this 4th of July holiday weekend with a trip to the Sherman Oaks Galleria to see War of the Worlds. On the way home, I realized I had a doozy of a headache coming on, so came home instead. Lack of sleep, lack of water, lack of good nutrition and too much chocolate . . . migraines are just no fun at all!
While home, I listened to a sermon by Ken Ham defending 6-day Creationism. I never really realized just how essential that one little piece of the puzzle is to the whole of Scripture. Ken is an excellent, logical, knowledgable speaker - check out the link. http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?currSection=sermonsspeaker&sermonID=103001194429 This particular discussion is part of an entire series on Biblical Creationism. I highly recommend it.
I'm still learning about this whole BLog thing - I know there are features I'm not using yet that would be useful. I tried to add a BLogRoll, but I can't get it to list the BLogs I've added . . . more research . . . more new things to learn <