Friday, September 15, 2006

I've been busy but not with Greek

I've tried to post for two nights now and I kept falling asleep :-) For the last two days I've had to run errands for my kids and haven't had a chance to blog or translate Greek! So, I asked my husband to pick up the girls after school today so that I can work on my translation. I have to translate Matthew 5-6 and as you probably know, they're long. So today and throughout the weekend I will be working on the translation and preparing for my quiz on Tuesday.

It's really hard going to seminary with kids in school. There are so many things I have to do for them, that it takes away from my school work. For two years in a row I was studying for a test the next day at my daughter's Christmas concert (one year it was Greek, the next Hebrew). Of course I'm happy to do my job as a mom :-) that's not the point, it's just really hard to manage both. But I keep telling myself how blessed I am to be going to seminary and it makes it a lot easier.

I will also be reading an unpublished paper by my OTHT professor, Dr. Green and this paper as well. I might try to summarize some of Green's paper for you. We will be discussing it in class on Monday so doing a summary might be helpful. But it depends on where I am with the Greek.

BTW, thanks so much for the prayers, I can always tell when people are praying for me because my desire to do my work increases and so does my ability. Prayer for time management would be appreciated. I don't want to abandon the blogs, but I do have to focus on the school work, so I pray for a balance.

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  1. Anonymous said...
    there is a reason for that saying "It's all greek to me"

    I worked with a person who immigrated from Greece.. and even though he spoke excellent english I couldn't understand a word of it

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