it's such a cathartic activity to me now. it's amazing how doing something regularly can make it into such a habit. however, today it is frustrating because i am in a writing mood but cannot decide what to say, which puts the whole effort at a stand still.
this week has been particularly frustrating in many ways, but mostly because of the ridiculously heavy amount of homework i've had. busy all week, i didn't get to start my two 5 page papers (both due friday) until thursday around noon. after one paper took me til midnight i had to begin the next one early friday morning and then finish it throughout all my classes that day (since they're pretty much solid 9-4). the first paper was due at 10, so i got that turned in and then finished the other, due at 3, during my 1 o'clock class. thank goodness. talk about stress.
now i am sitting in a coffee shop. if over extension of the brain was an actual physical ailment, i would have it. i need to be working on a study guide, and even another paper, but my brain just doesn't want to begin to function. i just want to sleep. blaalalala. oh well.
i'll be home soon. excited about that.
in other news: i really like reading 1 kings. partially because of the content, partially because of the practice/developing the habit, and partially because of the tradition. well. you know what i mean.