First Day of Class...

Today was my first day of classes this year, and it was Greek. I have been so pumped to take this course, and the first thing he had us do was review English grammar. I want to get really good at it! (especially if I am going to teach ESL one day!)

My prof also had us introduce ourselves, where we are from, and what our language background is. Of course I was the last one, and my heart was beating so fast I could barely think. I was pretty sure it was going to pound right out from beneath my rib cage! I get so passionate for languages. When that excitement takes over, I can't help but grin from ear to ear. I get revved up for many things, but definitely not as much as I do about languages. I just know that God has given me a talent, and a love, for such a diverse thing he created within the midst of chaos. The diversity in communication did not come about until the Tower of Babel, and I am so glad God created it! Otherwise, maybe I would have had to be a professional belly dancer or something like that (grins facetiously).



Missy said...

Glad you had a good class!!! love you!

Singinglady said...

Hi there Princess.
Sounds like your first day of classes was fun and exciting for you.
Of course we all know your passion for languages and your gift of being able to pick them up with relative ease.

I hope this will be a great start for a wonderful and productive semester for you.

Lots of luv NAN

I will guide you along the best pathway for your life. I will advise you and watch over you. Psalm 32:8
God's Word indicates that when we do our duties in small matters, He will give us additional responsibilities (Matthew 25: 14 - 21).

Sometimes those responsibilities come when God changes the course of our lives so that we may better serve Him.

Sometimes God rewards us by saying no to our requests so that He can say yes to a far grander gift that we, in our limited understanding, would never have thought to ask for.

If you see to be God's servant in great matters, be faithful, be patient, and be dutiful in smaller matters.
Then step back and watch as God surprises you with the spectacular creativity of His infinite wisdom and His perfect plan.


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