It was a most interesting day today. I spent the morning at the front desk, which is always chaos. I do not handle this well, but I did my best. After lunch my friends Paul and Glenda Franks came by for a drop in visit on their way to Pensacola. They have had to deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Rita in Lake Charles, where Paul preaches for the Enterprise Blvd. Church of Christ. At supper David Baker pointed me to a cooler where there were three very unusual drinks. Liquid Cereal it's called. It says it's made with REAL cereal. Hmmm.... We laughed about it, but David decided he had to try it. I think this is a terribly bad idea, but the humor of it causes me to remain silent in my horror. David Drank. David poured into sink - there really is cereal in it. gulp. I didn't try any of it because there was none representing the world's greatest cereal. Care to take a guess? Another interesting thing today were some e-mails and phone calls with Carla Calhoun. I hope to have pictures and more about her next week. Suffice it to say that I will be attending the lectures at Oklahoma Christian University (where I hope to meet Bobby Ross, managing editor of The Christian Chronicle. Also, Carla Calhoun, who works as a liason between government and faith-based organizations.) Carla has given me 15 minutes to speak about being a hurricane victim on a Tuesday night class. I will fly out Sunday afternoon, and back on Wednesday afternoon. I hope to meet any readers out that way!