April 8th, 2002


Independence Day

Quite excited for today. Though my (ex-)boss is coming in, it will also be the first official day without her. And though I love her dearly as a friend, professionally, it feels like Christmas. Or, more precisely, Independence Day. So many things can be done more effectively and smoothly, without the panic and jerkiness of the prior administration. A simple sense of peace will be wonderful, a good foundation on which to build productivity.

Since I didn't do book facilitation last night, I was free to enjoy class time, especially with Heather. She is a very gifted listener, though (and perhaps because) she doesn't realize it. Compassionate ministry seems a good fit for her.

Some PR-related decisions to make today. Pray for wisdom and grace.
  • Current Mood
    excited excited

A music renaissance

CDs I brought to work today (in no order other than the order they're in the case, and the fact that most came from the first part of my alphabetically-ordered CD collection):
  • Common Children, "Skywire"
  • The Choir, "Love Songs and Prayers [a retrospective],""Free Flying Soul," and "Speckled Bird"
  • Steven Curtis Chapman, "The Great Adventure" and "Heaven in the Real World"
  • Clannad, "Banba"
  • Caedmon's Call, "Caedmon's Call"
  • Charles Brown, "In a Grand Style" and "Honey Dripper"
  • Brent Bourgeois, "Come Join the Living World"
  • Bliss/Bliss, "Bliss/Bliss"
  • Various, "Rhythm of the Pride Lands" (Lion King stuff)
  • Brad Fiedel, "Terminator 2: Judgment Day Soundtrack"
  • Michael Nyman, "Gattaca Soundtrack"
  • Various, "City of Angels Soundtrack"
  • Black Eyed Sceva, "5 Years, 50,000 Miles Davis" and "Before the Flood"
  • Benjamin, "As You Wish"
  • Various, "At the Foot of the Cross: Songs to Inspire Worship, Volumes 1 & 2"
  • Carolyn Arends, "Feel Free" and "I Can Hear You"
  • Jimmy A, "Secrets"
  • Pegleg Annie, "Pegleg Annie"
  • Current Music
    please refer to list