Today (I accidentally typed "tiday" and then corrected it but realized that's how we actually say it around here.) I will be in an all-staff meeting at church. They're sort of fun, but I am swamped at work, and since I am part-time, this will cut out a huge chunk of my work week, so I'll be struggling to catch up. This week is also my monthly newsletter week, where we send out the Oneighty schedule to all of our volunteers (God be praised for volunteers!), plus I have my regular duties. Just a little stressful.
Sunday night, Oneighty had "Green Fore Green" night, where all of the kids received a free green cupcake, a Mt. Dew (I typed "Mr. Dew," but that is not how we say it around here.) and one chance at a $100 hole-in-one on an elaborate putt-putt green with hills and water, etc. They also had a live band "Ohio Avenue," and a cash cage filled with balloons containing money, which a couple of kids got to get in and pop balloons for so many seconds. And, we gave away small prizes like boxes of Lucky Charms. My boss's message was, "The Most Important Question: Who is Jesus to You?" There were about 380 kids there.
Let's see ... what else ... Jorge is traveling today. The college kids are safely back at school. High School Girl finished a video with three friends last night for an English project today regarding the novel Jacob Have I Loved. They did one of those novel-in-five-minute projects; it's supposed to be humorous. I went to a book study last night and will go to another tonight.
But guess what's in the back of my mind? American Idol. I am a shallow person indeed.
Here's a blast from the past for Easter.
I am sure someone forced me to pose like this. (Not. I was a ham.) Either Easter-hamming it up or giving thanks for the tons of chocolate of which I'm about to partake.