Captain’s Log, Stardate 04.05.2005
I don’t know what it is that’s changed, but I feel like my fellowship with God is improving. I had a great time reading the last few chapters of the Gospel of Mark tonight--He is risen! He is risen indeed!
Okay, yeah, it’s a little late for that. But really, it’s never the wrong time to celebrate the resurrection, if only to remind myself that I’m risen with Him, too.
Writing: Yesterday around I starting slamming away at the keyboard, I was so fired up. I finished a scene that I had forgotten to include in chapter 18 or something like that. The manuscript has its snarky moments, rather than being entirely serious. I just can’t keep myself from inserting sarcasm. The overall tone and atmosphere is serious, I think--I hope--since it’s dealing with a controversial topic, embryonic stem cells.
I think I will include a Stem Cell section in the Research page on my website for anyone interested in more information on stem cells. I think I will write a short article: Embryonic Stem Cells for the Biology-Challenged. Somebody remind me I should do all this or else I’ll forget.
I realized that because I’m not that sensitive a person, the suspense-Chicklit road might be best for me. I don’t always enjoy reading about the social nuances and personal angst of Chicklit heroines, I’d rather have more action and plot going on. Not that I even catch most social nuances at work and with the people around me, anyways.
Diet: I was really good at lunch, had a salad: rock shrimp, gorgonzola cheese, walnuts, and vinaigrette made with raspberry balsamic vinegar and olive oil. Plus half a grapefruit--I read recently that a compound in the grapefruit helps control insulin levels. I also went running with the dog. I almost didn’t go--I can’t believe how lazy I get when I’m sitting in front of the computer. I have to work on my discipline, since it seems I have none.
Hey Camy don't forget to include a Stem Cell section in the Research page on your website and write a short article: Embryonic Stem Cells for the Biology-Challenged.ReplyDelete
LOL You said remind you. Ignore me, I'm a four year old tonight.
YOU ARE SO JUVENILE.ReplyDelete
But I love ya anyways.