Thursday, October 11, 2007

So much to do, so little time

The past two weeks have been crazy busy. I've already asked for a deadline extension for the text I'm supposed to submit to the artists working on our planner. I had to work Sunday to voice over a mock fashion show for our services. I had to work Saturday also to interview the women coming out of Victory Weekend. Plus, we had to change our design for our new preaching series.

My evenings have been full as well. Tuesday, I had to finish reviewing One 2 One with Katt, whom I'm bringing to Victory Weekend in Ortigas tomorrow and Saturday. The past three Wednesdays I've been attending a preaching class at Ortigas as well. Thursdays have also been filled with youth meetings, leadership group meetings, and that talk by Gary Greenwald last week.

I've been sleeping three to five hours per night because when I get home I try to sneak in some work and reading.

I know, I know. This isn't a healthy way to live life. I'm hoping to make some changes ASAP to give me more time to rest and really focus on my priorities. But so far, that's how the past two weeks have gone.


I'm reading this book by Mark Batterson called In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day. I cannot put it down. I just have a review copy that I'm supposed to give back to our bookstore but it's so good I'm thinking of buying a copy of my own and maybe giving it as a present to some of my friends. It's a weird title, I know. But it's just what the book is about and Batterson explains it early on in the book and I just got hooked.

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