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Vox Audita Perrit, Literra Scripta Manet....
The heard word is lost, the written letter remains...
RID is finally starting to look like it's finished. Aside from a few smaller adjustments, Rick doesn't have any problems with it. I just need to write the conclusion, finish the introduction, do the aforementioned adjustments and it'll be finished. Woo!

I'm still planning to take New Testament Greek over the summer semester, though my summer is looking increasingly busy. I'm going to be on the coast for about ten days over Christmas/New Year. And Evelyn still wants me to be the 'floor manager' at her wedding/reception in early January.

Speaking of which: on Sunday I was given a two page checklist of things to look after. Evelyn has since roped our mutual friend Luis into helping me out, but it didn't make the list look any less daunting. Evelyn said 'If there's anything you think I'm missing, let me know!' as though I were a professional wedding planner who knew about this sort of thing. -_-; Don't get me wrong, I'm quite happy to do this and it doesn't look too hard, I'm just glad I'll have Luis with me because my track record on running big occasions like this is currently zilch.

In happier news, I now have a nice USB data cable for my mobile phone. So at last, I can delve into my hard drive and find a ringtone there instead of having to a load of money to join up to a mobile club. Huzzah! Gotta do something about mobile wallpaper too, now that I think of it.

Current Mood: thankful thankful
Current Music: Spicks and Specks on tv

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kapitankraut From: kapitankraut Date: October 17th, 2007 12:08 pm (UTC) (Link)
I don't have any experience in this kind of thing either, but when planning things on a much smaller scale, I've always found it handy to think first in terms of the Big Picture (in this case, things like "How are the happy couple going to make their big entrance to the reception venue?" and so on) and then sort of look at it from the perspective of all the participants (so "If I were a guest, what would I need?").
Possibly not much help, but by the sounds of things it could be a big ask, so I felt I should throw something your way.
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