Monday, August 07, 2006

*new pictures of Phantom and stuff below*

Yesterday, Mrs. Taylor had Sarah and I down to go boating with Anna Peipon. When we finally got the boat out it was pretty fun, but getting the boat out was another story, as I am coming to learn about boats. Then we went to church and heard Brae Howard speak about China. I could have sat there all night listening to her speak. The Howards all have a great gift with their words. They make everything so interesting! Then I took Anna to the Townsends and Rachel gave me a bag of Middleswarth chips (for anyone that doesn't know how awesome these chips are, you cannot try mine... they are my favorite barbque chips -and they remind me of Creation with the Townsends! Great times). I stayed there until 11ish and came home and read through some DC pamplets my parents picked up for me!

How wonderful are they!?! They knew I REALLY REALLY REALLY want to go to DC and since I will be living near there now, I can. So they picked me up some information just to start me off. Man, there are so many places I want to go. It is going to take me weeks and weeks to be able to do everything that I want to do. I am going to have so much fun there.
First off, the SPY MUSEUM!!!
I have been waiting for at least six years to go here, probably more. I can't remember how long. I just know I want to go and I am so close to being able to go now.

It is exciting me greatly.
The whole thought of this next semester is thrilling to me.
New places, new professors, new classrooms, new courses, new food!
I can't wait!


Anna said...

to go here, is spelled h-e-r-e, dear. Not h-e-a-r.
Heh. I had to point that out. (;

well, glad you are so excited.
that makes one of us.

faith said...

haha, I didn't even notice I did that. Thanks!

Damien said...

...and while we're on the subject, you mean chosen (not choosen) in your blog bio. I wish I could ignore typos, but they heckle me with their squeaky little voices. Lowen (a very creative speller himself) tells me that The New Yorker magazine has never once published a typo. Is that even possible? Let's get a long comment thread going on typos. How 'bout it?

faith said...

hah. That is terrible! I can't believe I haven't noticed that. But I mix up those words all the time. I don't know why. It just happens. I don't add extra zeros in math equations, I shouldn't add extra os in words. I'll fix that. Thank you for pointing it out. I am SHOCKED that my mother hasn't pointed it out before now. She is the queen of English. I'll brag about my mother here... She read over my Dad's masters thesis paper and (even though she didn't understand what he was talking about) when she proofread it and turned it in, it was perfect. Sometimes I get her to read my papers when she is not too busy. Haha.

Anyone else want to point out mistakes?!?
I'm open to suggestions or corrections. Haha.

Damien said...

...speaking of the insertion of extra letters, I once heard a preacher make reference to a church bulletin blooper that had added a mischievous little "s" to a phrase. Instead of writing "reigneth" it read: "the Lord God omnipotent resigneth."

faith said...

heh. Our church bulletin once read, And Can it Bee. I got a big kick out of that one.