I already use several browsers from Firefox to Mac... but I've kept IE on one old PC... I even downloaded IE8 Beta to give Bill Gates' a fair try... YUCK! It crashes contnually and worse, once I downloaded it Microsoft boxed me in and I can;t revert to the old browser.
Today I downloaded Google Chrome and boy it is crisp and clean, fast as pretty stable even...
I've been rewriting Holiness for Ordinary people for the 25th anniversary edition (third edition ) coming out this summer. The book has four new chapters and the style and tone of the rest is being changed significantly. I've been working on it all semester and have dedicated my Christmas break to finishing the work to send it in by the January 9 due date.
So the last three days I've been doing the painful work of cutting --getting a 60,000 word manuscript down to 55,000 words. that means cutting 5000 precious words out of what I've written... OUCH! I just finished the third trip through the mss. "cutting myself" and have got it trimmed below 55,000... so I'm taking the rest of the day off...I think I'll go do something sweaty.
Here is my latest word count after self-cutting. (red chapters are new)
words 1003 Preface ..... to 1st, 2nd and 3rds editions 4361 Chapter 1 Sanctification Overview 3587 Chapter 2 It’s Everywhere 2679 Chapter 3 Seven Approaches to Holiness 1783 Chapter 4 Sanctification and Sex 1758 Chapter 5 Sanctification and healing 3577 Chapter 6 Images of Sanctification 4443 Chapter 7 Growing toward Entire Sanctification 3551 Chapter 8 God’s Part in Sanctification 3373 Chapter 9 Our Part In Sanctification 3106 Chapter 10 How to Know You Are Sanctified 2372 Chapter 11 Continual Cleansing 3349 Chapter 12 Understanding the Sanctified Life 2945 Chapter 13 Sidetracks from Holiness 3632 Chapter 14 A sanctified Church 5206 Chapter 15 Personal Testimonies 1040 Afterword 1427 Glossary of Terms ------------- 53,192 TOTAL WORDS (target word budget = 55,000)
OK I knmow this is irrelevant to whomever stumbled across it... but I needed to tell someone ..so I told my personal blog ;-)
I just finished up the semester at Graduation... In December we have a few graduates from our division. This year from our division we had 17 graduates from what I could count in the march. That included these:
CM: Johnnie Blair, Greg Boland, Alan Downing, Jess (Manglos) Hamlet, Jonathan Hicks, Brian Morton, YOUTH: Brandon Faust, Chris Tabone SPORTS MIN: Rachel Horner, Josh Miller, Paul Knight, CHILDREN'S MIN: Megan Kiami, Katie Martin, Aubrie Rovenstein, Heather Tharp
I'm about to leave my office for Christmas break. All my grades are in and syllabi are done so I'm not omcing back until next year. BIL: Tom Davis, Sarah Smith,
I've been grading all weekend... mostly the Local Church Ed. "papers" (which turn out to be somewhere around a hundred pages each--single spaced.) Grading is hard work but so gratifying. Man these students can work hard!