Today's post will be shorter. My attention is all over the place: I've got two sets of research papers graded, and so I could turn in final grades. I've been writing my Ethics paper, and I want to keep going there, while I've got my ideas fully in my head. I want to do the research (which is reading Bible commentaries) for my sermon today. My Systematic Theology paper is due on Thursday, and I have some course materials to view/read/review before I can even start to think about writing that paper.
Still, it all feels more manageable than in past terms, when I've taken more classes which had more final papers/projects/exams. I did errand running yesterday, so I don't have to leave the house. But it will be a nice day, the last for awhile, so maybe I should leave the house.
The above two paragraphs give you a sense of my brain. Still, I know what a luxury it is to have these days of unstructured time, when I have so many projects I need to work on. I am so grateful that I'm not trying to do all of this and work 40-60 hours a week in a full-time job.