Classes resumed yesterday after Spring Break. We had a great time in Canada at Jessica’s family. I got a little bit of schoolwork done, I helped my father-in-law a little bit with some work in their basement, we slept in, and the kids had a great time with their cousins.
We got back on Friday night and spent Saturday getting settled back in, Sunday was church, and the kids went back to school on Monday. I had Monday off yet, and the seminary hosted a little golf tournament that I participated in. It was cold and windy but, hey, the course was open! We had a good time and the morning on the course affirmed my belief that I will never be a professional golfer.
So as of today, I’ve only got four weeks of regular classes and then exams and I’ll have year number one under my belt. I’ve got a lot of work to do between now and then but all in all it’s been a good semester. I’ve been enjoying my coursework and I feel like I’ve been staying on top of everything. So I'm hoping to finish well in these next few weeks.
So that’s the news from here….nothing profound. Oh, I did have one of my blog entries make it into the April edition of The Banner, though. If you want to check it out, you can find it here: http://www.thebanner.org/church-at-work/article/?id=3260