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Okay, it's taken 25 minutes of my allotted 30 at the MWR to load LJ. Great....

However on Friday I rode the camel at the bazaar we have here once a week. I didn't get pictures; I will next week since I didn't have my camera. It was a two-hump Bactrian with a knowing smile. I love camels and I'd never been so close to ones before.

On the way back to work I passed the shop where they repair the IED robots. One of the operators was having fun and had it roll over to say hi. Since I've got an Aspie-esque obsession with robots, that just about made my week. Later on I was told it was waving around a water bottle.

1LT H has ended his tour and gone back to the States. His wife is 9 months pregnant, so while we're very sad to see him go, it's for the best. Gotta love those USAF 6-month deployments.

I still need to see the gift vanirpriestess got for me.

I bought Leon D. Wild's rune workbook for $5 off Amazon and so far think highly of it. I started the basic exercises last night and hope that meditating on a rune a night will help me cope out here. I also had to make an appointment with the chaplain. He was helpful, which I wasn't sure he would be. Interestingly, while he's a Methodist chaplain, he still carries a rosary and asked me if I had one. He called them "ranger beads" and recommended them to everyone. The holy Mother of God is sneaky and I love that about her.

Disjointed but I've got a minute left. I can read comments via Gmail though I need to be at the MWR to respond.


( 6 comments — Leave a comment )
Dec. 6th, 2009 06:26 am (UTC)
Have you read the book Five for Sorrow, Ten for Joy about the Rosary? It's written by J. Neville Ward, a Methodist minister. It's weird but good. Certainly doesn't play into some of the saccharine BS you get in some books about the rosary.
Dec. 6th, 2009 05:37 pm (UTC)
How much will you love camels when one spits at you?

I heard about a guy who really likes camels. You see, he is a cat lover and camels are the ultimate "I couldn't care less about you" critters.
Dec. 6th, 2009 10:59 pm (UTC)
I always thought it would be neat to ride a camel. I've been on horses before and I wondered how different the gait would feel. I wanted to ride an elephant too at some point.
Dec. 7th, 2009 12:29 pm (UTC)
Elephants are awesome....
Dec. 7th, 2009 12:35 pm (UTC)
Yeah...Elephants are fascinating. Although sometimes I hear stories about them and it makes me feel guilty that some are in crappy zoos.
Dec. 7th, 2009 06:20 pm (UTC)
I've heard some Methodists say the Rosary. Not sure how common it is, though.
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