Wednesday, February 16, 2005

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Well, well, well. What do we have here?

Oh, who ever would have thought it? It appears to be my id.

I have no idea why, but I woke up this morning from a very turbulent evening of dreams. Amazingly psychosexual ones. And the strange thing is that, for all intents and purposes, this is after an evening of discussing the sacrament of reconciliation at church. My mind has an interesting way of bringing up issues.

I haven't been to confession in 1.5 years. I rationalize that by saying that since I'm pretty sure I'm going to slide back down the path, I can't really say the Act of Contrition. But here's my confusion: am I certain that I'll slide, or do I just know my inherent fallibility? That's a hard question to gauge.

I'm too fond of my personal vices, and I use them as a vent for my lifestyle. So...avoid the near-occasion of sin? That's a toughie.

On the other hand, the regatta went well last weekend. Here's a snippet from

The second regatta Navy competed in over the weekend, the Riley Cup at Old Dominion, saw the Mids finish fifth out of 16 schools. In the A division, the team of Nick Van Wagoner (Annapolis, Md.) as skipper and Ederlyn Lacson (Bethesda, Md.) as crew completed the regatta in sixth over the course of 14 races. Steven Gay (Austin, Texas) and Katie Pittman (Woodbridge, Va.)
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  • served as Navy's skipper and crew, respectively, in the B division competition and finished fifth overall after the 14 races.

    Let me just say that the regatta was extremely taxing. The first day was... horrible. Tense, physically gruelling, and hazardous. We were performing poorly, but as I learned how to handle the FJs in a stiff breeze, we started placing top five. We ended the first day 11th place and the second day 6th place. We cleaned up on day two