Sunday, September 24, 2006

Apple picking traditions

Whoa! I was reading my previous posts and I was surprised by how full they were of speeling erors and grammar bad.

My family meant to go apple picking today but the weather was nasty. We try to do this every year. I think my parents were influenced to some degree by Noel Piper's book on family traditions, but I also know our family has always had a passion for starting and keeping traditions. We'll do something special two years in a row and then the next year we declare we have to do it again because we've done it so many times (twice) before! Our favorite traditions are those rounds of day trips we take every fall to Vermont. We recount the things that befell us the last time and keep our eyes open for new things on the road to Vermont. Somehow we have kept these traditions year after year, making time for them when our schedules were busy (which they always seem to be). But I think this year will be a bit more difficult. There are some unnegotiable obstacles, namely Dad's work schedule, my college schedule, and my dear Mum's ever increasing belly.
We may be disappointed in undone events, but who could be for long with all the exciting things God is doing in our lives?

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Want a Quote?

I will post a quote of Wednesday on here soon. I heard a cool one in a physics colloquium I went to today. Unfortunatly I do not know short hand, so I was unable to get it down.
My dad says students like to use the word "random". So I watched. I began counting how many times people said random in their conversation. It was amazing! One person used it three times in a short conversation. Why am I mentioning this? Maybe I'm just being random. It is the end of the day. I don't think my brain is working as clearly as it might. I guess I'll go to bed as soon as I finish my IEA problems after dinner. Sleep might help my brain. Also patterns and symmetry. Only this post has know patterns or symmetry. Correstion. The letters are symmetrical. They at least are not random.

This post is degenerating swiftly. It's the second law of thermodynamics. I'd better stop now before it gets worse.