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Doce me faces voluntarem tuam quia Deus meus es tu

Sunday, December 04, 2005
Lifestyle magazines speak often about the phenomen of holiday weight, wherein we are saddled with an extra ten pounds as a result of holiday events; Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners, office parties, red and green M&Ms and the general sloth that accompanies extra time off work and school. I've noticed the problem is not quite so severe now that I am a vegetarian, but I have a new issue.

Let us just say that having a load of homework now carries more than one meaning. I am here amidst a stack of books about the Scottish Reformation, some popcorn, some candy. I see the next ten days full of pizza and coffee and Cherry Coke and doughnuts. At Yuletide I shall find myself mildly pudgy and, I suppose, uncomfortable in my blue jeans. Nevertheless, my work for the semester will be completed. This is the good news to which I look forward.

Speaking of looking forward, I find that the Advent focus on the Prophets really causes the Old Testament to come alive. I like that very much.
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