Monday, January 26, 2009

How I do homework

A little at a time. Today I am finishing up my first assignment - really not too bad - just three questions, two pages worth of writing. I do have to learn how to be a librarian in the corporate field.

My work is going better, but I think we are going to have a very significant library project to do in about two weeks. I may be working the whole weekend, save when I am in Church. It is a one time only project, and that is how it is. But I am trying not to worry about it.

It was funny - I got the Protestant sweet Sunday school song in my head when I was walking back home after lunch (yes, I get to walk home for lunch!) this is the day that the Lord has made, we must rejoice and be glad in it. And it was exactly what I needed to do!

Anyway. I really do have to finish up the assignment so I can email it in to the prof. today.

First though - isn't this one of the cutest new pictures of Cleo my cat???

She loves sitting on my new dining room chairs. I notice that she sits esp. on the two I sit in the most - one for eating, and the other side of the table for blogging (or, um, I mean doing homework).

And here she is, surprising me by looking over the back of the chair ...


Victoria said...

ugh! working for the weekend! sounds like you have a good attitude about it though. (I love that old sunday school song!).

elizabeth said...

yeah. well. when i am in a PANIC about it...

if i can remember that song, and if lots of people pray for me (will update later) all shall be well, etc... :)

Mimi said...

I don't know the sweet Protestant song with those words, but when I read that, I thought of the Paschal hymn! Beautiful.

And, lovely cat photo.

elizabeth said...

thanks Mimi... its a lovely little song... here's what i found on google...

Copyright: 1953. RENEWED 1981 JOHN W. PETERSON MUSIC COMPANY Year: 1953
This is the day,
This is the day,
That the Lord has made,
That the Lord has made
I will rejoice,
I will rejoice and be glad in it, and be glad in it.
This is the day that Lord has made,
I will rejoice and be glad in it.
This is the day,
this is the day that the Lord has made.

it is a pretty catch tune if you know it...

yeah... i guess this is also about Pasca, the full 8th day...

it is from this verse:

Psalm 118:24 (New American Standard Bible)

24This is the day which the LORD has made; Let us rejoice and be glad in it.

Thanks for commenting on Cleo's picture!!! I sure do adore Cleo, don't I? :)

E Helena E said...

Cleo somehow manages to look both fierce and utterly adorable at the same time in this photo!
I love this song as well. Good to sing it on non-bouncy, non-happy days...

elizabeth said...

I had just seen the cute side, but Cleo will be pleased with the description! she is so funny ... I could go on and on!

yes, a good song; and a reminder for me to live in the present...