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Wednesday, January 25, 2006

First Monday

Monday was good. It was the first day of the semester, the first Chi Alpha of the year, but sadly it was Dan's last day in Missoula. It was good to see him there though. I'll miss that guy. Be sure to check out Dan's myspace, if you want to keep up with him, he has a great blog post about the new Gillette 5-blade razor.

Chi Alpha was great! Yes, we are on a new day and time now. Mondays at 7:00. I think that it will be good. Thursdays were always kind of hard after a long week of school, so it will be nice to start the week off with some good worship and a great message, and that's what it was this first Monday. I felt like the music really clicked, and I'm excited to have Krysty leading it. Scott's message on God's mission for your life was really good. It really spoke to me since I often wonder what the heck I'm supposed to be doing with my life. God knows though, and as long as I listen for his voice, and move when he tells me to, he'll use me.

Afterwards, we went to Denny's - as usual, and also as usual, we took up the big corner booth plus three or four more. It's great to see everyone again.

Sunday, January 01, 2006

Kentucky 2006

Hello friends! Yes, we rung in the New Year in good ole Louisville (Loo-ey-vull) and the CRAZY audio blog beneath is a likely indication that we were enjoying ourselves thoroughly.

I just wanted to jump on and post this picture of me and my new friend Nora. She was this fun, hillarious girl I met while standing in line for the Chocolate Fondue fountain and she really ministered to my heart. She is living proof that God is out to redeem His daughters, and even now it makes me smile to know He makes everything beautiful...just in time!

Happy New Years everybody!