It seems that I have an embarrassment of riches in the "SG" realm. I can't really use that abbreviation because it stands for five very different things in my life. Here goes the explanation, which I'm sure you knew was coming.
State of Grace--the first occurrence of that infamous phrase. State of Grace is the dance company that I became a member of about eight years ago. We are based out of Washington, D.C. at the moment. Who knows when I'll dance with them again . . . it's always a God-thing, last minute . . . but I'm already looking forward to it.
Sufficient Grounds--the wonderful Bethel coffee shop. Thank goodness for some place on campus where I can "get away." I spent almost three hours there this morning, much-needed Jana-time. Tonight Holly, Charity, and I enjoyed some roommate bonding. H and C ate a late dinner while I sipped my mango yogurt smoothie. We started to make a list of all the ways we are similar. It's amazing we get along so well--all this perfectionism, over-analyzation, and oldest-sibling-characteristics in one room could be a scary thing.
Shekinah Glory--my wonderful Bethel dance team. There are twenty-five girls right now. It's pretty crazy but I'm enjoying it to the hilt. I just received information about possible Chapel performances for the future. Time to get started on the choreography. We're going to fill that auditorium with dancing.
Study Guide--So far, I've made three this year: applied math, income tax, and intermediate accounting. I think my study habits are solid. (Senior year--it's about time.) Now I know how I work best. No more do I need to spend hours and hours studying in the library . . . no longer do I want to do that.
"Something Good"--Okay. So this one doesn't really fit; but, I just had to mention my wonderful weekend. Gary and I explored Chicago on Saturday. It was a beautiful day--not a cloud in the sky--and the "happenings" were marvelous and the company was fabulous. Sorry, Holly. I do believe that I have the most amazing boyfriend ever.
Well, maybe it's my God Who makes it all so amazing.
So happy. So blessed.