December 5th, 2006
|10:58 am - Traveling, dinner, and adding in more training to ADF|
"Gods do not, generally, have a lot to say, but what they do say is worth listening to."Last night's Feast of Saint Barbara went well: I managed not only to cook enough food for everyone but also to do it in a timely manner. Tina, Maggie, tesinth, and singingwren all joined me for dinner, and I think I managed to get enough things that people liked that everyone ate their fill.
-Phil Hine, Pseudonomicon
Of course, I cooked things I can't pronounce (or spell), but that's what makes it an adventure.
It appears that the ADF Initiate Program will be up and running in the very near future. . . I'm excited to see how this program is received by the general membership. We'll have a bare-bones study guide up and available as well as all the courses. It's just pending a confirmation of approval from the ADF Council of Lore.
Oh, and Greece. . . I have my itinerary set (April 6-14, 2007), I just have to make sure it happens right in my office. . . There's some conflicting vacation to work out between myself and a co-worker, but I don't think it's major. Then I need to find a cheap flight. . . At the moment, things aren't looking too promising on that front.
Current Location: Southeast of Disorder
Current Mood: amused
Current Music: "Kick It In Second Wind", -JB
Haha, the schedule has changed a bit-- just because of Easter Sunday being that week. We're also going to Dion, which is a great place.
Oops. Ah, well. Schedules are scheduled so that you can pretend to be on schedule when you really have no idea what the schedule is.
I am finding conflicting information about climbing Olympus. Half the places say April is ok for climbing (not great, but ok), and half say you should only start in June. Gah. More research is required! And probably an ice pick.
Hmm. . . I wonder if I can find a way to take that on the plane. . .
I thought of that, but then, it'd be cooler to take as carry on.