I had a dream that I was in Korea. I watched a TV show, and David Choi was in it. He was playing some high school student (with the uniform and everything) and he actually spoke Korean really well. He talked like a gangster though, which I found hilarious. I visited him on the set of the show, and he got me a small part. I was about to go and tape my part when out of nowhere Andrew Hyum came out and offered to put on some make up. Apparently he was the make-up guy. I woke up before I had to face the horrors of Andrew's make-up skills.
I went to work, but came home early, around 4. I was okay in the morning, but as the day went by, the headache and the backache came back with a vengeance. I did get to rest a bit. I had to go back to work to close the store since the other guys don't have the keys or the access code yet. Freakin' noobs.
Nyquil, you're my last hope.
Point to Ponder: This world is not your home.
Verse to Remember: "So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal." 2 Corinthians 4:18 (NIV)
Question to Consider: How should the fact that life on earth is just a temporary assignment change the way you are living right now?