May 2, 2006 @ 9:01 am by sean
My friend Jon started this organization called edurelief that provides text books to kids in Mongolia who cannot afford them when the government stopped supplying them. Help out, yea? At least check it out and pass on information.
I am homesick
and I am not interested in school.
That is not a common combination. Neither is a frequent feeling, really.
Not that I appreciate my current circumstances any less, but one reaches a point when home becomes extremely desireable. Well, maybe I am the only ‘one,’ but it has happened. It has unfortunately come at the cost of interest in my projects.
Also, I am lazy. And lacking in motivation.
I just found a database here that has ‘digital facsimile page images of virtually every work printed in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and British North America and works in English printed elsewhere from 1473-1700.’ How am I supposed to get any other work done now?
Someone Angie knew from home visited while I was visiting her 2 weeks ago. He made a passing comment that could have some significant truth to it. He commented that previously, and currently, those who supported missions are of the generation that is now dying. The generations after them are swamped in loan debt and mortgages. And this looks like it will be even more so with my generation where it seems most of us college educateds are graduating with student loan debt, and then expected to purchase an expensive house beyond our needs that will put us in more debt. So the question is, will my generation have money to fund missions?
The Pistons are the number one ranked team and up 3-1 against the Bucks.
The Red Wings are/were the number one ranked team, but again, are out early in the play-offs.
And the Tigers are 17-9. Where’d that come from?
There is still the Lion’s of course. Maybe a new coach will do for them what a new manager seems to have done for the Tigers.