I'm going down to visit Jordan and Holly and everyone again for Easter break. That's exciting; I doubt I'll get any sleep all weekend. I get to go see St. Louis, and Jordan and I are doing a skit (probably with his mom) for his church's Easter Breakfast. It's very funny, if you want to read it click here and scroll down to the part where it says Sample: Death Doesn't Become Them, and click on that link. It's a pdf file. Anyway, it's a great skit.
I had my post-play meeting with Lori today. She started by asking me how I felt about it, and I said I thought it went really well. Then she said that's good, I should feel that way, cause it did. Yea! That's exciting. I felt like she and Doc thought I did a good job, but to hear it was really nice. I had this big goofy grin on my face for a few hours following.
I really, really am going to miss Fish. I hope a lot that I can do something like that when I get to wherever I'm going to teach, or in my church. I'm even hoping that I can do that in chapel when I'm student teaching. It's just so cool. It's like, everyone else can sing or play an instrument, I am close friends with so many musically talented people who can all use that gift to bring glory to God, and I can't. But Fish lets me use something I'm good at to glorify God. And that's why I love it so much. I don't even want to think about how hard getting through some times here would have been without it.
Sorry, that was an unexpected ramble. But it is really important to me. That's all.