Thursday, September 01, 2005

Two days to lift-off

I'm moving back to Athens on Saturday. Whoo hoo, whoo hoo.

Don't worry, I won't forget the television. You can all breathe a most massive sigh of relief ;)

However, I must admit that packing has been rather difficult. I think it's because I let it go until the last minute, like I always do. I think some of my confusion is because we are living in a furnished apartment this year, and I kind of forget what is already provided. The dorms were ick, ick, ick, as well as predictable ;) It will be much fun to be awaaaay from the germ incubating residence halls.

On a happier note, today I stopped in at Panera Bread (did I spell that with the right number of ns and rs?) where my great friend Shannon is now working. She looked so cute in her apron and cap! I bet she is the only person who could make that outfit look good, har har. I ordered an apple juice, and I am pleased to report that my purchase was completed very quickly and with correct change and everything! Very good! The customer is satisfied! ;)

Note on Katrina: The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops reports that all of the Bishops in the disaster area have been accounted for, except for Bishop Sam G. Jacobs of Houma-Thibodaux, Louisiana, although they've heard from a priest who saw him recently. Here's an article describing all the necessary adjustments being made to accommodate the affected dioceses; lots of Catholic schools to the north are having an influx of students, and the Archbishop of New Orleans has set up a chancery in an old elementary school.


  1. don't worry i am still packing too! and you better not forget the TV!!!!
    see you soon! Lauren

  2. Maggie's gone! :sobs:

    But thanks for coming in to see me! :)

  3. To Our Venerable Daughter in Athens:

    Peace in the Lord Jesus.
    As you return to your studies, we implore the blessings of Almighty God, the prayers of His beloved Mother, and the intercession of the holy apostles, Peter and Paul.

    If any Catholic professor gives Margaret Patricia anything below a 3.0, let them be anathema!

  4. Woah. No way.

    One of your friends do this?