Monday, January 12, 2009

Off to School, Mom!

My first day of graduate school. I was ready!

Backpack....check!

Notebooks....check!
Water of smartness...check!

The ability to read...check!

What eluded me was the ability to find single men at seminary. THIS IS WHY I CHOSE A NON-DENOMINATIONAL SEMINARY PEOPLE!
 


Jason Segel or Justin Timberlake, I know you're both single. If you just happen to be studying at Multnomah Biblical Seminary, I would gladly let you buy my dinner. Gladly. 

Ahhh...the life of an SBU grad who didn't get her ring by spring; she was forced to go to seminary. I freaking want my $$ back....

=)


7 comments:

Michael Gilley said...

I believe you are entitled to your money back.

Don't worry though, I was surprised at the number of single people in seminary.

JD & Jen said...

we have a lot of single guys at midwestern. they're all UNDERgraduates, but they're single. there are a few "single" masters' students and if you can pry them from their gfs, i'll hook you up.

Sage and Cinnamon said...

Thanks I needed a laugh tonight! I'm bummed I didn't get to see you before you left.

MoMountainGrrl said...

I too am waiting to get my money back from SBU.

I think I will be waiting a LONG time.

I don't think I will hold my breath.

Heather said...

Oh sister, you are a funny one. I like the pictures of Jason and Justin... I bet if they saw your blog, they'd buy you dinner!

Anonymous said...

You look so cute on your first day of school. Love the Disney Princess notebook! If it were my first day of graduate seminary school, I would probably be overly concerned with looking "holy" and "biblical" (whatever that means) - probably my Catholic upbringing.

Regarding Justin and Jason...if they are part of God's plan for you, great! If not, remember Jeremiah 29:11:
"For I know the thoughts and plans that I have for you, says the Lord, thoughts and plans for welfare and peace and not for evil, to give you hope in your final outcome."

May the Lord be with you in all ways on your journey!

Your Veritas sister, Anne L.

Loken said...

I love your water of smartness!