Today Princeton Seminary held the 2008 Ultimate Frisbee Intramural Playoffs. I’m on Flying V, and while we’ve had a lot of fun playing together this season, we haven’t won that many games. So I honestly thought we’d probably play one game (maybe two…) and then we’d be out. But that was far from what happened.
We had the whole team there, everyone rallied together and played really well, and we played three games, and won the championship. I don’t think any of us were really expecting to pull it off, but we did really well. While I know the other team would have really enjoyed to win as well, it feels pretty good to win a championship right as I’m about to leave Princeton – it’s my first championship and we even get t-shirts.
Of course – all of the frisbee playing today completely wiped me out, and so there was no Tillich work done today. I have six weeks worth of reading and about 20 pages to write in the next few days. Not to mention that I’m going to hear Tony Jones‘s seminar at the Princeton Forums on Youth Ministry on Tuesday, then we meet with Tony that night with the Princeton Emergent Cohort and Friday and Saturday, I’m off to the Bronx with some members of the Cohort to attend Brian McLaren’s “Everything Must Change Tour.” Busy week, but I think it will be good (minus the Tillich work).