Today is one of those days when no amount of espresso will chase the tiredness from my bones. Then again, I seem to have those days more often than not. It’s reading week, which is meant to be my first break in a while, but alas, that won’t happen because this is also the week that The Other Journal is putting on our Film, Faith and Justice Festival. It should be great, but it interferes with a much needed week off nonetheless.
If any of you live in the Seattle area, you should give serious though to coming to said film festival. It should be well worth the price of admission. It’s Thursday through Saturday of this week and features eight films from the Human Rights Watch Traveling Film Festival, lectures from Chris Heuertz, Eugene McCarraher, Rita Nakashima Brock and J. Kameron Carter, and panel discussions including the lecturers. Check it out.
Anyone out there in internet land have any idea what I should do for a living? I’ve been feeling a bit of anxiety lately surrounding the reality that I have no clue what I might do when I’m done with school… I suppose that’s the lot of a chronically sick man with no particular talents or gifts to hang his hat on. Ugh! Too bad I don’t believe in psychics or palm-readers because the gift of vision would certainly come in handy right now.
Eh, I suppose that’s about all for today. I hope everyone is having a lovely Monday.