I find myself in an interesting situation this evening. I am waiting for Lori in the university library while she goes to class tonight. It really was quite a brilliant idea since we both hated the time away from each other each thursday night.
Lemme rewind a tad.
***NOTE FROM G.O.I STAFF***<<Every thursday my wife goes to a 4 hour, evening accounting class at this Catholic University in Denver. We do not see each other on thursday nights until about 11:00p.m. She gets up before I do and in the past I would not see her until about 11:00. Well, we first fixed this problem by going out to lunch every thursday so that we would be able to see each other before late in the night.>> Well, today we came up with the clever idea of me going with her to class so that we could talk about how our day went while going up to Denver and be together when she drives home after class (I just can't get enough of my Angel you know). Plus, I can escort her this way across a dark campus (I can't imagine anyone raping a girl on a Catholic campus but one can never be too sure these days or terrorism and misc. mayhem and what-not.
O.k., now we are all up to speed.
Well, I am right now sitting in their computer lab blogging. The funny thing is that their system would not let me type in my blog addy into the browser window. When I did (and hit enter) I got some super Christian Bible reference page. Very interesting. I'm not offended in anyway I'm just curious that I guess any reference to either genius or insanity is not sanctioned by this school. Although their (presumably) very conservative computer security program probably picked up some "no-no's" when it was looking at my site to see if it was "pure!" Ha!! That's a laugh. Pure, no. Honest, yes. I must say, however, that the staff here have been very helpful and quite nice. If I was a Christian and enjoyed pomp and pagentry I would probably be a Catholic***NOTE FROM GOI STAFF***<< We hope that we don't offend any Catholics by saying this. We actually find the religion quite fascinating and have sat in on a few masses. We find every religion to be fascinating. Studying religion is one of our favorite hobbies here at GOI.>>
Anyway, here I am in the solumn solitude of this Catholic school computer lab. I must admit I do feel a little strange blogging from here considering the content and picture from my last post about the Good & Plenties. In a nod to the Catholicism of this place I will title these thursday night posts as a different Saint (something or other). Granted the saints will be made up by yours truely but hey that'll fun won't it? ***NOTE FROM GOI STAFF***<<If this offends anyone please politely let us know and we will no longer continue the practice>>
Well, that's all for now I guess.
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