Monday, December 4

Emptying

This blog will most likely be of no interest to the world in general. If you'd like to stop reading now, I will not be offended. The purpose of writing it? To empty my head because it is becoming oh so full and is in dire need of an outlet. So, here come the random thoughts that I feel the need to remove from my mind to make room for more important things, like NCLEX review.
Dean Krause is pretty much the best dean ever. I absolutely love Valisa and Jessi right now as they are my saviors from the evils of working late into the night while trying to do practice tests. Sleep is not quite so overrated as I have led people to believe that I think it is. NCLEX review is honestly not so bad; as the kind and humorous speaker told us today, she is cleaning the cobwebs out of our brains, bringing back information to the forefront of our minds that we mistakenly believed was completely forgotten. The NCLEX review speaker may have been mistaken in her belief that much of the information I've learned has not been forgotten, or there are thicker, stickier cobwebs carefully guarding the information I've learned. Sadly, my friends are being temporarily displaced by NCLEX review books. Job interviews are terribly exciting. Graduation is 9 days away. Pinning is only 8 days away. I still have a speaker introduction to write and I'm not sure when I'm going to do it, or what to write. Many experiences in life are like being a small bird being pushed out of a nest. I hope I can fly. Christmas songs and volleyball make me so happy I can hardly contain myself sometimes. Rose of Bethlehem by Selah is a Christmas song that I highly recommend, the words are beautiful and are truly what Christmas is all about. Mystery by the aforementioned group is also high up on my list of favorites and again, the words are wonderful. This blog has quite possibly been the worst sample of my writing ever.
Above all, God is awesome. Life is good; busier than I would like, but good.
"The heavens praise your wonders, O Lord, your faithfulness too, in the assembly of the holy ones. For who in the skies above can compare with the Lord? Who is like the Lord among the heavenly beings? In the council of the holy ones, God is greatly feared; he is more awesome than all who surround him. O Lord God Almighty, who is like you? You are mighty, O Lord, and your faithfulness surrounds you." Psalm 89:5-8

2 comments:

Johonn said...

Wow, i didn't know you were graduating! I wish you success in your first flight!
Merry Christmas! (a bit early i know, but it makes it last longer :)

Christy said...

I like this one :) I need to get some more christmas songs from you :D