Ok, I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything of substance and this post…isn’t gonna change that. I just got back from watching a movie with Brigette, Dave and Sarah. Animal House…apparently it’s the mother of all college movies? It was funny, but I guess I just wasn’t in the mood. Whatever. Right now, this very moment, besides work and class, my constructive level is like negative 23 on the constructivness scale. I have all these plans in my head of stuff I need to get going on…but I haven’t gotten anywhere! I need to pull myself together to get my women’s Bible study started…and I haven’t even organized my calendar yet! I have calls to make and letters to write, emails to respond to and compose, there’s so much I should have done by now! I haven’t even read everthing I’m supposed to have read for class. It’s the third day of classes and I’m already behind.
So much for working on my life virtues. I had actually tried Franklin’s virtues once. It only made me feel worse about my life. haha.

I watched You’ve Got Mail the other day, before I left back for school. I love that movie. I love the way they write their emails. I actually remember writing letters like that to friends, just last quarter. So eloquent and well thought out. The words role off your tongue and have so much meaning packed into each one chosen. Do other people my age still appreciate a well written letter? I often wonder if I were to find the time to sit down and write a letter that I poured hours of thought into…how many would write back with the same effort? How did they do it back in the day? When they didn’t have phone or emails? Their letters must have been so long…but then again, they didn’t do as much in a day as we do now. So they probably didn’t have as much to write about. Nevertheless, I think it’s a noble task to set for myself…to write at least one well thought out letter a week. Or perhaps, for starters, I should say one letter a month. It’s probably a more reasonable goal considering how much I already have on my plate.
Hmmm, I think I’ll go to bed now…the end.

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