February 8th, 2008

Podcasts, AudioBooks

Sometimes I hate my brain

Book cover for Deep StormThe hydrocodone didn't make me sleepy. Which means the next dose would give me a migraine. No thanks.

Meanwhile, I finished a book.

Deep Storm, by Lincoln Child. Audio book read by Scott Brick.

Maybe trying to read actual text will help me to nod off. Back to Krypton.
bundled up, walkabout, snow

Still not well

I got a ride to and from Life Group this morning. Snack was Krispy Kreme. Yum. Sat on the couch in one spot until time to go. I'm piteous when I'm sick. At one point, I had a question, and everyone hushed so I could ask. Very weird. I'm usually loud and boisterous and needn't raise my hand to get attention.

Going to get a ride to The Mat tonight; already have a ride arranged to go home. I'm very tired, but I'm glad I went to church instead of staying home.

Going to sleep and do paperwork in bed this afternoon.

The polls are open. Read, think, vote.

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Church

Church this weekend

Why look at the time. It's almost time for me to skedaddle to The Mat. I've gone from being a regular no-show back to trying to go to two classes a week. There is a Food Group meeting from 6-7 before the worship part of the evening, and then I'm starting back into No Stones, and I was invited to join the closed group from 8-9.

This is the new schedule for the Mat, starting this week:
5:30-7 Dinner
6-7 Mat Groups
7-8 Worship
8-9 Mat Groups
There are more groups than I can do justice to, writing here. Many of the groups have multiple meeting times, with some times "closed" to a specific group of people, but there is an open meeting for each Mat group.

If you struggle with anything in your life, there is probably a Mat group for you. If you're local to the Lexington area, I encourage you to drop in to Quest and find out more.

I had it from multiple sources that I am in the aftermath of the flu, seeing as how my fever is gone. Regardless, my energy level is quite low, so I'm getting rides rather than driving. Critter is taking me tonight, and I've already got a ride home lined up.

In our weekend teaching series, we are studying The Days and Nights of Jesus. This weekend, we look at The Day Jesus Asked a Question. The question is "Who do you say I am?"

Service times are Saturday at 5:55 pm, and Sunday at 9 am, 10:22 am & 11:55 am. Even if you aren't local to the area, you can join the service via our live-cast.

I won't be working in the nursery on Sunday fershur, but I plan to attend the 10:22 am service in V2. Let me know if you want to join me; we can meet before the service.