This is my dorm room. It is clean now.
It still looks like a mess but as Justin says: To us its clean. It was kinda laying heavy on me. I don't know how well I will be able to keep it clean.
I've gotten into drinking green tea. It has Antioxidants in the kind I drink. I don't like free radicals in me. Either way it tastes good for me. Heather does not like tea anyway but cold without sugar I found. Oh well, more for me.
I had a tough time spiritually today in Pentatuch today. However, when I think things through my doubt goes away. I walk away strengthened. I love this Bible college thing. It is the toughest test of my soul and the greatest reinforcer of the spirit in me.
I'm at a loss as to how to get everything done. The good news is that I am refreshed and have been making sure I get lots of sleep. Not to be lazy, but to take care of myself. Rawr. Lets go!
So the coolest thing happened today. I was walking down to the dorm when I saw one of the guys in my devo group walking with his girlfriend the other way. They were dressed up so I wistled and said looking good Josh.. and Josh's lady friend. Just as I was passing them he helped me out that her name was Paula. Now I have talked to Paula on maybe two short occasions, no small talk about the weather, but not deep encounters either. I was nearly out of earshot and she told Josh that I knew her name. The truth was I really had never taken note of her name, but the very fact that I stopped and talked to her those few times ment enough to her that she was confident that I knew her name. Its inspiring to think that when we talk to people, when we try to get to know them, people notice. While I didn't minister to her as I would think of it, I didn't counsel her or preach or teach a lesson or anything like that, she was left with the fealing that someone knew her. Think how we could effect people just by having a converstation.