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Thursday, January 24, 2008

In honor of you!

I am eating a bagel at Panera in honor of all of my blogging siestas (aka sisters) right now. =) Which means I won't be able to consume food for the rest of the day!
*Just as a side note...my name growing up was "radar" because I would pay attention to ten different things at once and while I am here studying I am people watching and eaves dropping (oops). I am currently listening to a guy talk to his pregnant woman (I just found out she was pregnant by their conversation) and he is a history teacher. I don't think they are married. They are way too into each other to be married ;) and I don't see any rings. He is showing her map after map and she is trying not to act bored. I would love to get into some history discussion with him but it wouldn't be appropriate. Anyway, I seriously don't think they are believers based on their conversation (making jokes about Christians and mocking missionaries)...what a shame too because the dude is loaded in some historical info (if you have done Daniel..by bethie you will remember how important biblical history is with prophecy and etc...don't make me make you name all the parts of the statue in Daniel..empires and metals...but I know you can do it). Oh wait...he is wanting to go to Palestine. I wanna go! Gotta get back to work...does anyone listen in besides me?

9 comments:

Amy said...

i didn't know you had a laptop!

jennyhope said...

for a long time girl!!

Shonda said...

Too funny! I only listen if it cant be helped. Like if it's too crowded or they're just talking too loud.

I love history. And I really enjoyed BM's Daniel study because of the history aspect. I home school and I use history curriculum that goes through Bible history and intertwines other events with it. Amazing stuff.

Blessings in Christ--

NYC said...

I try not to listen in, but sometimes I can't help it :) People just talk too darn loud and too darn close :)

jennyhope said...

guys they were practically screaming they were so stinking loud!!

He Knows My Name said...

this post cracks me up! hey, if their talkin and i'm not i can't shut my ears. sometimes that can be a pain. panera (love panera)is not loud but people can be...but last friday at tgif's (love tgif's) that was mega loud. i had to yell my order to the waiter or maybe he could lip read. i think it shows my age i don't handle loud well. :)
~janel

Fran said...

My favorite thing to do is people watch, eavesdrop, and then try to figure them all out! I know. Its wrong! :)

Tam said...

I'm with Fran. I'm a people watcher. One of the funnest things for me is too watch them from far away talking and then put words in their mouths...you know...talk for them. Hysterical!

Honea Household said...

I am just like you. I seriously have starring and eaves-dropping problem. My husband gets so embarrassed because I will sit in a restaurant and stare and listen to other people's conversations. I have literally caught myself smiling or laughing in the stranger's direction from listening to their stories. It's sad, but I'm nosy. :) I admit.