Megan (jehoshabeath) wrote,

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Fun Sun-day! :D

Today was a good day!
I read the first half of Genesis today (my home church starts Through the Bible next week!). There were some really colorful moments that I have overlooked before. Well, chapter 22 is really hard to read through, especially keeping in mind it's significance... I found Abimelech to be an interesting figure - someone I overlooked in the past. And of course, the meeting of Isaac and Rebekah is really special :) I think that's about where I quit. It was a lot of fun and I am looking forward to reading more... Maybe I will do that later, but already the day is nearly done!

Dinner was an adventure tonight. First, I decided to make ham and then save some for a sandwich for work tomorrow. Then, I decided I wanted rice, and would use the ham to make sandwiches for Monday and Tuesday. Not having much chicken left, I decided to make fried rice...
So I ran to my room, while the ham was cooking, and got a recipe. Then I grabbed the ingredients together, and got the rice going. The ham finished and I made the sandwiches (complete with melted cheese & mayonnaise...since I have no horseradish yet). When I did up the fried rice, it looked really awful, but it tasted wonderful^^ I had a big bowl full and I only ate half of it because it was so filling! The onions were a nice touch, but I think I put too much egg in it...

I didn't do a whole lot of homework today, but I got most of it done yesterday. All that's left for this week on the priority list is to start a reading journal so I can keep track of my readings for Information Access (Reference class). We had 17 articles for the first two class sessions, and I am getting them confused...

And that was my day. I have gotten so used to the pace of the weekend, that I don't want to go back to schedules, work, & class!

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