Sorry the title isn’t more creative; it’s been a long week, and we have two papers due next week, one of them a group project. God, in His infinite mercy, allowed the Hebrew test to be THIS week, not next. And in His grace, it went well.
So proud of US Soccer for beating Spain last night! I walked to chapel this morning with some soccer fans, and got many points for 1. knowing about the match, and 2. knowing that the US won. 🙂 Geoffrey had watched the match, and told me all about it. He was ecstatic, as everyone assumed Spain would roll over us.
The Dean asked two international students (one of them me) to speak today at Dean’s Hour about our experience at UCU to date. The feedback on my talk has been very good, which I appreciate. Later in the day I asked the Dean a question about one of the papers due next week, and he took the opportunity to thank me for sharing this morning. He then added that he told Dr. Noll (the American Vice Chancellor) that I gave a good talk this morning. I reckon this is a good thing. But I’ve never MET Dr. Noll, so I’m only slightly mortified that he’s hearing about me.
Today during Community Worship, Dr. Noll spoke briefly about the fact that the Anglican Church in North America was stood up this week. I assume he figured out that the resounding “Woohoo!” came from me. 🙂