Am I Unusually Busy?

Pray for (or come to) this event…

 

First of all, if my advisor reading this, I just want to say that I’m not doing anything after mid-October. I swear I’m going on a strict diet of research after these things have passed. (He wasn’t too happy when he found out that I had just written a chapter for the book “Halo and Philosophy.”)

I’ve been back from Knoxville for a week now. I couch surfed with a nice retired couple who hosts exchange students. I got to meet Bill Johnson, Heidi Baker, and Bob Jones. Finally, I found someone who’s life is fully admirable, Heidi Baker. I befriended these awesome brothers, Bryan and Jason Terrill. I’ll have to write more about this adventure later, but for now, I just wanted to disclose the my week to come to you all. I realized it being post-worthy as I was catching up with Bryan Terrill, post-trip.

We have a unity event in Santa Cruz right now and all weekendhttp://revival1010.org/
(I’m playing saxophone and singing in the gospel choir.)

I’m helping to coordinate a symposium at UCSC for Intelligent Narratives on
Thursday: AI for Games and Fiction: http://eis-blog.ucsc.edu/2010/10/int-sym/
(This is the application of my research.)

I’m going to a Computer AI conference at Stanford on MondayWednesdayhttp://playground.uncc.edu/aiide/
(This is my area of research, but I’m not going for Wednesday, b/c….)

I’m going to KC for the prayer and prophetic from the 14-16, ThursdaySaturday:
http://www.ihop.org/Group/Group.aspx?ID=1000039143
(It’s my first time to IHOP KC, and I’m going to get to see how Chris Kim is doing… but I’m actually going to miss the last day b/c….)

On the 16th, Saturday, I’m coming back to Stanford to do a Unity event of PhD
students: http://reclaimconf.com/
(I’m putting it together, and you don’t want to miss this)…

The last one is the most important one right now (could use lots of prayer), but I can’t believe I’m doing all this in a week… haha. It feels more ridiculous after I had written it all down. I might also try to do a submission to a conference too, but as my advisor often says: “Don’t go rogue, Sherol.”

My life is full of Jesus, Jazz, and Video Games… haha.

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