1. My experiment for recording Pajama Sam: No Need to Hide When It's Dark Outside was a failure. It's starting to look like I'll never get to do a video walkthrough for that game. Oh well.
2. I just finished with scheduling for fall semester. I was a little worried about this, because I've been having trouble with scheduling this year. See, St. Patrick's didn't accept any of my credits from Santa Clara University. That means I had to retake a bunch of classes I already took in college. No cool!
But for some reason, they finally decided to accept my college credits.
So, I get to skip two out of five classes next semester. Yes cool!
3. I forgot to mention this in my blog entry about the yearbook photo contest. You know the official photograph I had to take for work?
I actually had to do a little photoshop magic on the photo, because it was for a seminarian poster. Here's the original picture:
I was born to rock that uniform.
4. Speaking of religious stuff, I edited two new books! They're both about vocations, because I'm discerning mine right now.
The first one is Vocations Explained, a book in Q and A format about the four types of vocations (marriage, religious life, virginity and priesthood). The Q and A style of writing is a Catholic tradition dating back to the 200's, and it's called "the little catechism" because it's generally used for children.
The other book is What Shall I Be?, which is for older kids. It's specifically designed to clear up a lot of the mistaken ideas about vocations. I've run into a few of these false conceptions myself, so now I'm prepared to tackle them head on. I just need to learn to stop shouting, "Objection!", Phoenix Wright-style in those kinds of discussions, and I'll be all set.