ear zit

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Oh wow. Things are busy, and I'm just trying to keep up!

I got an ear zit last week. Those things are the worst. It makes it painful to sleep, and then it makes me get dizzy if I try to pop it. Oh! Life is soooo tough!

Anyhow, exams are getting going in earnest soon. I have a securities & market making paper due tomorrow. The team is meeting tonight to finish it up. I have an auditing exam on Wednesday... I have TONS of studying to do.

Next week, I have a paper or exam, or both due every everyday of the week. Next Tuesday is going to be especially rough. I have a team paper and presentation due in Managerial Accting, a first draft of a team project in Intnl Finance, and an exam... in what class? I don't know.

Anyhow, in other things. I am in the process of switching web server companies. Ipowerweb has the worst customer service. I have spent 80 minutes on hold combined the last two times I have called them. The first time, I got a real live person, but they couldn't give me the info I needed to know about my server downtime. This was the last straw.

They guarantee 99.9% up-time, but then after it had gone down twice last week for over the .1% they are 'allowed' I called them up to find out what was going on, and they couldn't tell me how much time the server had been down. So I found a new webhosting company rather than paying ipowerweb for another year.

I'm in the process of migrating the pages and the MovableType installation. Hopefully it will work soon.

Well, as it is becoming my custom, I have a Bible verse. I was reading my Bible last night and came across an awesome Psalm. Here are three verses, followed by a verse out of Matthew 6.

Psalm 86

11 Teach me your way, O LORD ,
and I will walk in your truth;
give me an undivided heart,
that I may fear your name.

12 I will praise you, O Lord my God, with all my heart;
I will glorify your name forever.

13 For great is your love toward me;
you have delivered me from the depths of the grave.

Matthew 6:34

34 Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.

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