Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Short Update

Hello all. Well, :) since I last wrote, much has happened, but I find the most eventful times get recorded the least because I'm busy with events. So far the consulting and translation has been intriguing and exciting at times and amazing at other points. Online classes have had a rather slow start, but I am finally catching up on the first couple weeks of class. Routine has set in with schedules throughout the day. Most days I get up around 6:30am, get ready, have breakfast with Carla, Indeara, and Aunt Nancy. Then we leave for the office at about 8:30am. We have a meeting with everyone there for a few minutes, we read together and then talk to the Father together. Then we break up and do our separate work. Some days I work on computer formatting and getting text from Microsoft Word to a different program more suited for it. I've also worked with editing and got to sit in with a few linguistics workshops. At the office the routine is work til about 10am then tea break, then work, then lunch about 12:15pm, then work, then tea break about 3:15pm, then work til maybe 4:30 or 5p then we go back to the clinic. This has been the routine for most weekdays. Saturday we tend to relax more and not go to the office, and we played badminton last time. Sundays our routine varies quite a bit. So, that's about all I have time to write about right now. Time to get back to school. :)

G&P

4 comments:

  1. Sounds like quite a bit of tea...have you bought any clothes from there yet? What do you edit? -Bethany the Curious

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  2. Hey Katie! this is Brigid. I found an article from the Associated Press today that you might like:
    SAGUACHE, Colo. (AP) -- A 31-year old Indiana man says he had no food but kept himself hydrated with Mountain Dew and snow while he was stuck in his snow-covered SUV in southwestern Colorado for three days.
    Jason Pede was rescued Sunday morning after his vehicle ran out of gas and he walked seven miles to a road, signaling for help with a flashlight...
    Pede, of Chesteron, Ind., says a "local" told him about a shortcut to Aspen and that's how he became stranded somewhere in the Rio Grande National Forest in snow that went above the hood of his Lincoln Navigator.

    So glad you're there safely!
    ~Brigid

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  3. sounds amazing and busy! Love ya, cuz. Stuff has definitely picked up here for me, but somehow I manage to get everything done. :)Thinking of you always!!!

    Mary

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  4. Katie--You sound extremely busy. Just a short note. Dad is looking for another job. THey gave him a two week window and are leaning on Trilium to find him another one. We are resting in our Father to supply and He's never let us down. This is my second snow day from school. You should be so lucky. hehe Lots of prayers go up for you continually. Love, Mo

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