We have VBS this week. I am teaching the 3-4 year olds, which should make for an interesting, fun time. We are doing "Rise and Shine for Jesus", with a barnyard animal theme. I'm really excited about it. I always liked VBS growing up, so I hope they have a good time this week.
So, any one have any fun VBS stories? Any songs or cool activities that you did? I'm teaching the 7-8 year old class next quarter, so if you have any ideas/suggestions for that age too, let me know. :)
I know most people are finishing their "LOST" experience, but I am just getting started. I have only watched the first five episodes.
HOW HAVE I MISSED OUT ON THIS SHOW FOR SIX YEARS?!?!
I'm a big fan of mind-twisting movies and plot lines. I can't believe that I did not start watching this show sooner.
Please don't tell me anything about the show, but if you have a general, non-spoiler comment to make about the show, feel free. :)
It's Opening Day at Turner Field and there's nothing like a 16-5 victory to start the season off right!
I am so excited that baseball is back!!! I hope the Braves give Bobby a fantastic final season!
Today I was enjoying my "snow" day by reading a book I ordered back in January and I just hadn't read yet. I was halfway through the book, and when I went from one page to the next page, the story didn't make any sense. I tried rereading the previous page, but I couldn't figure out what the author was trying to say. I've read this author before, and she always has a consistent story line that's easy to follow. I eventually looked at the page numbers.
It went from page 160 to page 192!!!!!! No wonder the story wasn't making any sense!!
Thankfully, I called the company that I ordered the book from and they are going to send me another copy. Now I just have to wait 3-10 business days to finish reading the book!!
Leave me a message after the beep. BEEP!!!!!