We arrived safely home last night from our little road trip. Mixed feelings about being back. I will miss the simplicity of our time away (school, family, fun, that’s it) and my friends from class, not to mention the learning environment. I am excited to get back to work, but reality hasn’t crashed in yet. I think I learned a lot in the two weeks. The first week was a little slow, but the second week got much better. I can’t say enough about Haddon. We had more time with him the second week. Time with Haddon is gold. He is a rare combination of a man who is not only good at what he does, but knows how to teach it. He is authentic and a doubter in the best sense of the word. (If you don’t doubt at times you’re probably not taking God seriously enough.) There is a depth and a humility that is hard to describe. I love the guys in our class too. I don’t think I’ve laughed as hard in a long time. If you ever see Rick, ask him to do his Bathsheba first-person narrative. If he won’t, get him to do Benny Hinn instead. I’ll miss my classmates too. Tomorrow, back to reality.