Keep the plates spinning
I officially started work at the dining commons. I’m working in the dish room, putting everything away. It’s a lot harder than it looks! I like it pretty well, though. The people I work with are great. They’re very kind and understanding, and don’t mind helping me out when I don’t know where something goes. I’m thankful for their patience!
I also started doing some P.R. for a record shop right near campus called Orbit Music and Movies. I can’t wait to get into this more, but for now I’m planning some ideas, and I’m going to meet with the owner tomorrow to shoot them past him. Hopefully he will like what I have planned!
I am trying to “keep the plates spinning” so to speak, juggling all of my obligations. It’s been a good semester. My brother came up for the weekend, because he was already planning on being in the area for a job interview. He graduated in December from Bethel with a degree in Biblical Studies.
Everything is going well, and I hope and pray it is well on your end, too.