Luckily it didn't fly up on me. When anyone was watching. I hope. *blushes*
So I got some pics of those Coog statues I was telling you about. Here they are:
I ate a nice breakfast of Stonyfield Farm Organic Probiotic Fat Free French Vanilla Yogurt *pause to catch breath* topped with sliced strawberries and 1/3 cup of granola. And I had a Berry Detox from Yogi Teas.
Class was good. In Christianity, we had a discussion about unChristian by David Kinneman and Gabe Lyons. I only have about 20 pages left in the book. It's a very interesting book. Basically, they researched why young people (16-29 year olds) outside of Christianity hold negative feelings or perceptions of the faith, and also how and why Christians need to change in order to break these perceptions. It's a very thought provoking read whether you are a Christian or not. I recommend it. My other class on Thursday is US History 1945-1960. I turned in a report (for extra creadit-WOOT!) and the lecture was a little entertaining. I realized I don't really know anything about Eisenhower. I really need to get on reading about him.
For lunch at my Alpha meeting I had a slice of veggie pizza and some Triscuit-like crackers and a little cup of pink lemonade. Not too bad.
Although, when I got home I promptly heated up some leftover Rice & Bean Casserole from last night so I must have been hungry. We're going to that fish fry in a little bit (maybe? I can't find my husband...) so hopefully that will hold me over in case there's nothing good for me to eat.
Tomorrow I have a hair appointment that I'm not looking forward to. I suppose I can bring my Ike biography with me and maybe get it knocked out while I'm sitting there FOR.EV.ER.