Because life is a series of edits

Things I’m Looking Forward to in the Next Week

In Pop Culture on March 30, 2007 at 1:57 pm


(Photo taken by Megan at The Butterfly House; thanks to our landlord for the free tix)

Here are some coming highlights for the next seven days:

  • Playing with my kids and mowing the yard on Saturday (with the rain we just had, we’re going to lose our three-year-old if I don’t)
  • Watching the first day of baseball season on Sunday (in particular, the Cardinals‘ first day, that is if it’s being broadcasted locally)
  • Seeing and catching up with my high schoolers after their week of Spring Break on Monday (I miss the little buggers)
  • Having a normal academic day on Tuesday (it’s been a while since we’ve had a “normal” anything around here)
  • Taking my second Reformation and Modern Church History exam on Wednesday (okay, so there’s not much else going on on Wednesday)
  • Finishing up my Good Friday homily on Thursday (no classes because of Maundy Thursday, so this will be a nice day of study and prep)
  • Giving my Good Friday homily at Memorial‘s service on Friday (my parents are coming down for part of the weekend, so that will be fun, too)

Of course, celebrating Easter will be the best of all next Sunday, but that falls outside the seven-day window (technicalities, you know). Anything you’re looking forward to in the next week?

  1. Craig– I’d like to come to the Good Friday service and hear your homily. Fill me in on the details.

  2. The service starts at 7 p.m. and will probably go a smidge over an hour. Going to be some sweet music and a time of communion – I hope not to screw it up with a fifteen-minute thought.

  3. Wow! A single thought for fifteen minutes? That’s gotta be a record. I’ll be there!

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