1. After the Eucharist, when I go to the chapel to light candles for people, I can never remember at the wick lighting moment all the people I'd told myself I would light a candle for: a student whose close friend just died, at least two students whose sisters have cancer, a student who feared she had a brain tumor, a student recovering from kidney failure, a former LCC employee who just had surgery, and then there are family members and friends. I've decided the best I can do is pretend like there's a prayer vault in my mind and I keep adding to the vault all through the week and then, when I light a candle in the chapel, I open the vault, and my prayers come pouring out, whether I remember them or not.
2. I enjoyed getting out the butter and the flour and the Frank's Original Hot Sauce and the Rocky's drumettes and the electric frying pan and making a lasagne pan full of hot wings to take to Pam and Michael's Super Bowl party.
3. I enjoyed the Super Bowl's football game. None of the rest of the Super Bowl did much for me, but I enjoyed the football game. I rooted for Pittsburgh and found myself happy that Green Bay won. I especially enjoyed that Aaron Rodgers notched himself a place in Packer history, that he outperformed the guy who came before him, uh, the guy who does commercials for jeans -- I'm not remembering his name....Aaron Rodgers erased the other guy from my memory.