Saturday, July 24, 2004

"If you fail to prepare, you prepare to fail."

I need to find a job soon, or I'm gonna have to start selling my "services" out on the streets. John told me about a job in Norwalk for an import/export company.

Pros: They pay well. (twice as much as Cingular) It's relatively easy. Most work will be done on computers.

Cons: It's a Korean company. It's in Norwalk. It's a Korean company. It's full-time. It's a KOREAN company.

Perfect job for me right now: Part-time. Close to home (enough to walk/bike). Pays enough for rent & school. Doesn't require me to be nice to people. Lenient with schedules so it wouldn't interfere with church.

In his sermon last Sunday, Steve JDSN mentioned that when you're praying for something, you should be very specific. That way, when God does answer your prayers, you'll know for sure it was Him. So yeah. That's what I'm praying for. The perfect job.


I need to pick out a couple of songs for the talent show. We got James to join our band. He's crazy. He didn't seem too thrilled though. Bastard.

Also need to pick out possible theme song for the retreat. By Sunday. That was our homework. Everyone's so busy with VBS, I have a feeling I'll be only one who suggests anything.

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