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Hey, check it out. I got a fridge!! Woohoo!

Even cooler, I got it for free! Yep, that’s right. I got it for free from my work. It’s a little old but works great.
So, basically it’s full of energy drinks and sodas almost all from the week of welcome at the beginning of last semester LOL. But, it keeps my water and applejuice cold at least lol.

Till next post.
Your faithful typer,
Yokanchi

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“I Used Up All My Sick Days… So I Called In Dead.”

A watched clock never boils.
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Sitting here in Intro. to Web Design and Programming.
I think this one is going to be one of my favorite classes, but I think I’m going to like all of my classes. Speech will probably be the hardest, but I’ve always been used to speech coming as something that would be hard.

At the beginning of the semester it felt like I was being drowned by the amount of classes and homework. But, with God’s help I figured out that it would be easier if I dropped my Ethics class. I originally planned to drop New Testament Survey 1 because I am planning on being in Old Testament Survey 2 but I decided to drop Ethics because there was more writing involved in Ethics (I know I’m a wimp, but I don’t enjoy essays as much).

For now you might not expect updates quite as often as you might have noticed since I haven’t posted in like 2 weeks. I’ll be focusing on sleeping and homework more than blogging unfortunately.

Till next post.
Your faithful typer,
Yokanchi

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“I had a dream I was eating a hotdog. Man it was good!” ~Jason Hendrickson
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So the first week of being here we are just supposed to go to conferences in the morning and at night. Tonight’s speaker was really really good and one part of what he said really struck me.

If people are leaving the church or the youth group it is because we have not made the story of the cross brilliant, compelling, or clear enough. It is not because the church/youth group is not ‘cool’ enough or does not have contemporary enough music or media. This is a very adolescent look at it/ If people are leaving it is because we have not proven Christ to be worth more than money, power, sex, drugs, friends, or materialism.

Our speaker was Art Azurdia. He was really amazing. I think he was my favorite speaker so far.

Well this is my first post in blogger beta, which apparently isn’t actually beta anymore. However, they don’t call it blogger two. All I’ve seen about it is just saying it’s not beta anymore, so apparently it’s called blogger beta-not-beta… I dunno, anyway
I’ve decided I’m going to start posting in dialogue. That is to say I will start posting something as if it were spoken or quoted from something. I think after a few of those posts I’m going to switch to some other types of writing just to make it interesting and hopefully increase my writing skills.

“Right now I’m at Max’s house and I stayed here last night. I think I’m going to go home later tonight playing games and watching tv late into the night is actually really fun, in case you’ve never tried it. Hmm, I wonder what’s for breakfast. I’m hungry…”

(Not sure if this is going to turn out much different than my normal writing, but I had thought it would when I came up with the idea, we’ll see)

Till next post.
Your faithful typer,
Yokanchi

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“If Jesus were born one thousand times in Bethlehem and not in me, then I would still be lost.”
– Corrie ten Boom
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