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2006-07-16 10:06 PM
just how fast can i do sunday/monday dots
• Cheers: VBS starts tomorrow at the church. I am commandeering a group of youth to present the Bible story through drama each day. Tomorrow we are doing the creation story, and I wrote a little reader’s theater with props to prompt audience (kid) participation:
Narrator: In the beginning when God created, there was nothing.
And God said, let there be…
[hold up candle]
Narrator: And there was light.
God called the light day, and the darkness God called night.
God saw that it was…
[hold up “Good!” poster]
Narrator: And there was evening and morning, the…
[hold up “1st” poster]
Audience: FIRST DAY!
Should be fun. We make animal sounds on day six and all sorts of silly stuff.
• Cheers: You may wonder what aspects of worship a pastor particularly enjoys, since s/he is working and thus needs to be “on” throughout the service. My favorite moment in worship comes near the beginning, after I come in and sit down on the front row, we have a few announcements, a time of silence, a short musical introit, then the call to worship. Then comes my favorite part, during the first hymn, when little she-who-is takes my hand and starts twirling along with the music. If you haven’t sung “God of Grace and God of Glory” with a 3 1/2 year old spinning around while grasping your finger, well, you just haven’t done Fosdick any justice.
• Jeers: Last night the divine miss m woke up every hour. Every Single Hour. We finally brought her into bed with us, where I was able to get some sleep, punctuated by regular kicks to the boob.
Current theories are teething, general fussiness due to various developmental milestones she’s working on, and
• Cheers and Jeers: Related to that, I realized that with the advent of solids, I am nursing miss m as much as I ever will again. It may take weeks, or months, but breastfeeding is on its way out.
• Cheers: C begins swimming lessons tomorrow. It’s gonna be crazy—6 p.m. Monday and Wednesday. Somehow we'll get her a snack beforehand and probably a small dinner afterward. Ah well, it's only for four weeks.
• Oops, time to go.
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