A New Chapter

Monday, July 31, 2006


I just finished watching a cool movie. It stars Al Pacino and Robin Williams. Al is a hero cop who all of a sudden is being investigating about all of his arrests. He is then sent off into Alaska to investigate a murder. Well, you find out that Robin Williams is a future serial killer who just made his first kill. Unfortunately, Robin saw Al accidently shoot his partner and tries to blackmail Al into framing another person. It turns into a great mind thriller as Robin and Al try to out think each other.

The thing is Al ends settling with just framing the innocent guy to make sure all the villains he has captured won't be released. Basically, he turns his back on what he once was just to save his reputation. Well, ends up, right before he leaves, he realizes what he has done and captures Robin with some hidden evidence.

I think this a great reminder of what I did with my four years at Faith. I plan to make this fifth year much different by walking the line with truth instead of anger and lies. I took my first step today with becoming the manager for the soccer team. It was hot, but it'll be fun.

So, continue prayers as always. My second to last session is this wednesday. So that should be great except this sessions are AMAZING!!! Truly, I suggest it. No matter how perfect you are, these people can help you grow even more.

Memorize this for I have- Every authority is part of God's will. Remember that when you get back to school.

Until next time,
Henri Le Chatlier aka The Last Class Rep

Saturday, July 29, 2006



Less than a week until I can unveil my SECRET PLAN. Once I am finished, people will be begging for an earthquake, tornado, or a hurricane. HeHeHe!!!

Be Prepared, BE VERY PREPARED!!!!

Henri Le Chatlier or
The Last Class Rep

P.S. It will happen Friday Night, and it has nothing to do with any part of the church/school in anyway.

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Wow, I forget alot sometimes.

I also went to Purdue today and had a advising session with a Pharmacy counselor. I found out that it looks like Purdue will actually accept some of Lee's credits, but I also found out that I could really get ahead if I stay at Purdue. Yeah, that is important because I have at least 8 years of study ahead of me.

So, again the decision between Lee and Purdue grows ever stronger- BLAH!!!

I also have a job interview on Friday. I can wait, I get $0.00 dollars an hour, I'm required to have a blood test, and my mom will be in the same building. Ok, I'm going to be a volunteer for the pharmacy department at Home Hospital. I get to deliever medicines to the nurses. You might ask why I would do it? Well, it is because Purdue Pharmacy School LOVES LOVES LOVES volunteer work.

Oh yeah, that was one thing about Purdue Pharmacy School - 1,000 applications each year for only 160 spots- Now, that is competition. (Bring it ON!!!)

So, hopefully, I'm not forgetting anything else.

Henri Le Chatlier

I'm Back

I love the classic saying that you need to just get back up on the horse.

Ok, it was a very hard fall for me when I was no longer class rep. Yes, to most, it wouldn't be much, but to me it was important.

Well, I'm starting to come back. I'm the scheduler for all the senior things. Just one step at a time.

I wish I could say that for my bowling career, but it is summer. I have a few weeks turn it around (somehow).

Not only am I back in the school leadership, but I'm planning something top secret that will be INCREDIBLE!!!! Of course, it is all for good. Yeah, I know, weird, but no, you have not crossed over into the Twilight Zone. ( I bought a T. Zone shirt today. I just had to say it!!!)

So, everyone, enjoy summer or what is left of it, and always, pray, pray, pray.

Henri Le Chatlier

Sunday, July 23, 2006

What do you think?

Hey everyone.

I think I'm finally back into the habit of writing an article everyday.

This one is short, but don't discount it.

Just a few things I noticed while reading the Bible.

1 John 3:

10By this the children of God and the children of the devil are obvious: anyone who does not practice righteousness is not of God, nor the one who does not love his brother.

15Everyone who hates his brother is a murderer; and you know that no murderer has eternal life abiding in him.

18Little children, let us not love with word or with tongue, but in deed and truth.

I know they are pretty random, but it is what caught my eye.

Henri Le Chatlier

Saturday, July 22, 2006

Worldly Things

I dedicate this blog to a few of my fellow bloggers and close friends.

I have been reading in the past and on some current blogs about the desires of being fashionable. (ok, you guessed it, I've been reading a few girls blogs) I think there is nothing wrong with wanting to be fashionable, but I do want to warn you of a few things I thought I was detecting in the articles.

1 John 2:15-17
15Do not love the world nor the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him.
16For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh and the lust of the eyes and the boastful pride of life, is not from the Father, but is from the world.
17The world is passing away, and also its lusts; but the one who does the will of God lives forever.

It felt like to me that a few of you were willing to trade away anything to look great. Maybe I'm just imagining things, but this advice can't hurt.

I know what it is like. I would give anything in the world to be skinny, normal size. It is hard when I'm around friends because they are normal, but I'm not. But I just wanted to tell you all that in the end, will it really matter? When we get to Heaven, we all will be the same. So don't spend every minute of every day wishing you had a wonderful body. As the verses say, the things of the world will pass away.

Now, of course, don't go to the other extreme and not take care of your body. Our bodies are a temple of God and we should take care of it, but just don't lust after being like supermodel thin or etc, etc. As much as it is hard to say, those things are worldly.

I hope this helps a few of you. Don't think I'm trying to pick on a certain few. I have problems with the exact same thing, but just try to think about what the verses say and what the Lord is doing in your daily life.

Henri Le Chatlier

Thursday, July 20, 2006

Counseling Update

Today, I had my fourth counseling session with Pastor Woodall y my parents, and I just had to share some of it.

The movie example- I saw the Spiderman 3 trailor (which is wicked awesome- www.videodetectives.com) I like it because his enemy is venom which for all you non spiderman people is basically himself. An enemy goo takes over spiderman and he has to fight his inner conflicts. I found this interesting because this summer I've been cleaning out the inner closests.

My problem is a view life as a constant war. It is time to draw the line and face off. Unfortunately, I turn way too many people into my enemies. Ok, everyone once in a while, maybe the other person did make a mistake, but basically, my anger got the better of me.

In case this happens to you, I just want to share a few verses before you start to take revenge.

1 Peter 2:21-25
21For you have been called for this purpose, since Christ also suffered for you, leaving you an example for you to follow in His steps,
23and while being reviled, He did not revile in return; while suffering, He uttered no threats, but kept entrusting Himself to Him who judges righteously;
24and He Himself bore our sins in His body on the cross, so that we might die to sin and live to righteousness; for by His wounds you were healed.
25For you were continually straying like sheep, but now you have returned to the Shepherd and Guardian of your souls.

Application- Always remember that while Christ was on earth, He NEVER NEVER EVER NEVER EVER, etc, etc. took revenge against those who sinned against him. So, first, don't do it.
Second, Christ did this so that we could have a second chance. So, don't condemn a person for when they slip up and fall into sin. Basically, look at the person, not the sin. Always remember that God forgave us, so forgive others.

Again, continue praying for me because I've learned alot, but now it is time to really prove whether or not I am going to ever change.

Henri Le Chatlier

Thursday, July 13, 2006

TN Happenings

Well, I found the girl for me. Unfortunately, she is three and my cousin.
The past couple of days I was in Cleveland, TN. I visited some family members and Lee University. First, my family.
The above picture is my cousin Grace, the youngest of 5 children. Quite interesting when I came in the door, set down my luggage, and she instantly grabbed my hand. The whole time there is was holdding my hand or pointing at me and laughing or just plainly calling my yuck, eww, y evil. Ah, finally, a girl who wasn't scared, but just laughed.
Lee University was AWESOME!!! I really wish I could go there because one, I would instantly have a scholarship and two, it was really beautiful. Unfortunately, they only have pre-pharmacy. Since Purdue's pharmacy school is really snobbish, it could be a problem.
I'm back for a while now. Probably the rest of the summer.
The Eye of the Hurricane is over myself, but I can feel the storm brewing.
Henri Le Chatlier

Saturday, July 08, 2006

Sweet Home Chicago

Well, folks, I'm back. My family just did a week trip and it was actually quiet interesting.

After two days of traveling, we reached Freedmen, South Dakota which is mostly farm land. I stayed with my dad's cousin and her husband. So, if you can explain what she is to me, I'll pay you a million dollars. That night was quite interesting especially when I slept with 6 women. (of course, they were about 6 inches tall, but still intimidating). The next day we headed for the Wisconsin Dells and that was complicated.

We were very disappointed with it because it was completely commerical. We ended up changing everyone of our plans the next day and headed out to the countryside. We visited a Winery which was really cool. I tried alcohol free champagne and I just had to bring a bottle back with me. That brings up an important issue my family had. Is it ok to drink wine? I say yes as long as you don't do it to get drunk, but my dad said just to stay away period. So, if you have any advice, post something. Eventually, after spending time in the Dells, we headed to CHICAGO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ah, my true HOMELAND!!!!!!!!

We got into Chi Town (for Jhurl) around lunch and we head to one of the best restaurants ever. It was Iron Mikes aka Mike Ditka's. Incrediable Football gear. I had the "Fridge" Burger which would make a butterburger wet its pants. That Good!!!!

Then we went to our hotel which was right on the Lake. So, while my parents y brother was swimming. I was "sitting on the dock of the bay" Ok, maybe no the dock, but it was still a beautiful sight. For all Bears fans out there, we stayed on the 32 floor (Cedric Benson) and the hotel had a total of 34 floors (Walter Payton). Later that night, we went walking through the city and I really liked it. Of course, I think it was my urlacher jersey, but I felt like I really fit in.

The next day, I went to SOLDIER FIELD!!!!! Step 1 of 3 in dieing a happy bears fan. Truly Amazing. Enough Said.

Then we went to the Alder Planetarium which was ok. They showed a pretty sweet show about different formations, but I was angry with a few exhibits- Physics crap and evolution crap.

I'm said to say we had to leave Chicago then and come back home, but I will be back someday.

A few things though, on Monday or Tuesday I'm heading to TN for a week. Visit Family y Lee. I wish I could see Pirates, but it will be in the middle of nowhere.

Watch carefully with this North Korea situation. Could be very history defining in the future.

Der Jeff, finally glad to have you say something. Yeah, I always liked Marth better than Roy, but the thing is I only know them from Super Smash Brothers. So, I could be a little off on the true Marth y Roy.

So, please continue praying for my family y yo. I felt like I was finally able to have a peaceful summer, but I still have to go through the rest of the Hurricane.

Until next time,
Henri Le Chatlier