Well I managed to not get a book review posted this week. I think I need to stop putting that in writing.:-) This was a crazy week getting caught up after missing a week of work. I was blessed with a week where I didn't have a lot of meetings so I was able to get a good bit accomplished. Since I'm out three days this week for a conference, that's a good thing.
I did have an amazing time yesterday. I had tickets to the Sweet Sixteen games in the South Regional. My friend Robin and I went and had great seats and saw some really good basketball. Since I didn't really care who won, I was able to just enjoy the basketball. It was interesting to watch the Kentucky fans in the Dome. These people know their basketball and follow the game with an intensity not seen from other fans (think AL fans' football intensity). Fortunately the ones around us were not drinking and weren't obnoxious. I'm still frantically trying to rearrange my teaching schedule so I can use my ticket for tomorrow's game. We shall see how that works out.
I've somehow gotten out of my routine with both my Bible reading and my eating habits. While I'm caught up on my yearly reading, I still feel out of sorts. I hope to get back to "normal" this week but considering I'm spending four nights in a hotel, we'll see. Have travel-sized Bible, will travel so I at least have that going for me. As for eating, I'm going to take my own snacks so I can avoid those mid-afternoon snack breaks conferences love to throw out. This particular conference usually feeds attendees quite well but there are usually healthy options. I'm just hoping they follow that this year. Now if I can just avoid the desserts.
I also get to fly across the country this week. Thank God for prayer and Xanax. I don't like flying and this time I'm flying a new-to-me airline, Air Tran. I've gotten used to the way Delta does things but their ticket was over $150 more per ticket. Maybe I can get my book review written while on the plane.
Okay, back to basketball and/or stuff from my DVR. More next week...