flurries of activity

Sorry for the lack of blogging this week, and tonight may be little better.

But there’s a reason! This week in the Pullman / Moscow area was perhaps the most dense week yet – packed to the gills with interviews and other explorations.

I count 29 in all, since my arrival Wednesday night, March 19th, through my activities last night (the 27th). The funny thing is, I basically took the first couple of days “off,” spending last Thursday and Friday catching up on emails, planning, etc. So nearly all of it took place just this week!

Here’s the run-down:

  • Exploring 2 campuses (and 2 college towns, 2 states, which I’ve already discussed)
  • Attending 7 college ministry activities (starting and ending with the 2 Campus Crusade chapters)
  • 5 church services / activities
  • 15 interviews (and similar) – 13 of the interviews took place between 2pm Monday and 5pm Thursday…

So anyway, yikes. It’s been a full week. And of course it’s all on the Itinerary.

Just to be clear: I’m so, so thankful for all of it! God hooked me up with some incredible people, ministries, and information this week – and His people were so gracious in spending time with me.

So, a successful week in the Palouse. Now it’s time to rest a little. Back to Seattle tomorrow…

Written from Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA (where it’s snowing like crazy at the moment).

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