There was the true Light which, coming into the world, enlightens every man. He was in the world, and the world was made through Him, and the world did not know Him.
Life is a blur of events at home. We shuttle between my and Ian’s house; we watch movies, go for walks, talk with families, and eat lots of cookies. Last night we not only ate cookies, but we made some quite ornate ones with Ben and Lisa. We went over to their apartment last night for dinner and cookie assembly. Ian and I betook ourselves away at about 10:00, wishing that we could spend more time with married friends.
I have wrapped many presents, this year following the Ferguson tradition of wrapping nicely, with appropriately folded corners, curled ribbon, and pretty bows courtesy of Ian’s family’s abundant Christmas wrapping supplies. These gifts look rather shocking under our scragglsome Christmas tree, with the Sullivan crazy-wrapping style presents, especially since we wrap most of our gifts, regardless of season, in rather battered paper from my and Ian’s wedding (two and a half years ago).
On Monday I did a phone interview with a fellow from DataFarm who sounded quite interested in my abilities. Unfortunately, he needed a writer next month and although the interview went well (I think), he kindly informed me I would not be offered the job. At least people continue sounding interested in my abilities, so I should find something come May. If only I graduated this fall, rather than this spring!