Hang with me; I know I'm not getting around to commenting lately at your place. I'm working, trying a different chili recipe every night in my laBORatory, going to National Honor Society inductions, volunteering at Oneighty, writing my newspaper column for Saturday, taking Kristin to dance, etc., etc. Pretty soon I'll be back around to harass you.
Sunday night was the third event in our three-week "More Than Me" series at Oneighty, where the 6th, 7th and 8th grades competed for bragging rights and prizes to be awarded March 29th in the special VIP room. The object was to score the most points based on attendance, bringing people, eating contests, carnival games, etc.
The pics below are from this last Sunday, which was "Sundae in a Gutter" night, where we served up two scoops of ice cream into little plastic boats and then placed them in 100 feet of rain gutter. The kids could top their own sundaes and eat as few or as many as they liked within one hour. The pressure was on! I can't divulge which grade won, but I can tell you we scooped 35 gallons of ice cream and 405 sundaes. I heard rumors of a student eating 15. FIFTEEN.
Oh, and by the way? Many kids received Christ or rededicated their lives to him through this series. Just so ya know.