Thursday, January 14, 2010

Jury Duty Day

Life's been busy, er, actually, I've been busy. Between everything that happened in December, which included: work retreat, missing my girlfriend's birthday, our ministry's women's appreciation dinner, the Co-project, support raising, Christmas, my brother's marraige, and going to New Orleans; I haven't really given myself breathing room. In fact, I can definitely say that I have overbooked myself a bit.

So I'm sitting here right now in a the Central Justice Center in Santa Ana, as I am writing this, they're roll calling... and they just called me and I screamed "Here!" Ironically, I'm in the jury's quiet room, they have the door open.

Sorry about the tangent, but that just happened. I'm just trying to relax and catch up with myself. I'm glad that things have slowed down with my work load a bit. I made time yesterday to learn to code some javascript. The first script I wrote was last week, and it ended up okay... I'm planning on taking some more time to clean up my room just a little more and catch up with some good friends this month. Like having some taco bell with Kat.

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It's really hard to believe that New Orleans was two weeks ago. Throughout the whole trip, God had truly shown that He is faithful. I was so humbled by the experience, New Orleans still needs much help. I just realized right now that I still need to collect myself and meditate on what happened in N.O.

Right now, I'm glad to be back, I'm really happy to see the faces at home, church, Long Beach, and work. I'm really happy to be able to spend time with Emily.

Painting Pottery

Painting Pottery Part One from Aaron on Vimeo.

So this is our first date coming back from New Orleans, we painted pottery... it took us a little over four hours to finish a three piece tea set. We painted a cup for each other. The one I painted her has a ladybug near the handle and on one side it says "You're Tearific," then there's hearts painted to a really big heart with our faces on it. Yes, I know it's cheesy, but it's pretty cool.

I'm hoping that our efforts have not been in vain.

Anyway, that's it for now... if you're reading this from Facebook, you wont be able to see any videos... so visit http://www.aarondelani.com

References
  • 1it was just a display slider and I used the jQuery library.

1 comment :

  1. It has been busy and overbooked lately. Thanks for reflecting and writing this!

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