Tuesday, March 20, 2007

So, no one came...

... to the life skills class. So, Tony, Matt, Jodi and I watched a little basketball, then played Euchre.

The boys won two out of three. Boo. Jodi, grudge match, right? We had fun. I guess all the seventeen to thirty year olds at Church On The Rock have all the life skills they need. Hum.

I'm back writing, rewriting, editing. I reworked the opening, but now I'm not sure which one I like better. Old or new.

I went to a dinner tonight with women I've been dining with once a month for the most part for the past seven years. Three of us talked about books for about an hour. That was fun.

Carolyne Aarsen's book arrived today. "The Only Best Place." Can't wait to read it.

I'm in a weird place. Not sure what's going on with me. I'm good, very good. Yet, touchy lately.

THE CALL NASHVILLE. Check it out. I'll post more about it later.


3 comments:

Elizabeth White said...

No one came? maybe because they need time managment skills? :-)

Rel said...

Oh Rachel - how disappointing! But you are not alone - I hear in my role as Women's Coordinator how so many people want this or that and when you put it on those very people don't attend - sigh!

Melissa Bishop said...

I just watched 'A River Runs Through It' I know but better late than never, eh?
One of the lines and themes stuck with me referring to how it seemed that the people who needed the most help were often the last ones to ask for it.
The scales will fall in time.