Sunday, May 28, 2006
Hodgepodge: add Purity, Energy drinks and Spider solitaire, stir and bake at 350
So I got to go to church today.... :) That was good, the music was good and the sermon was good. The sermon was the last in the series covering Daniel. The sermon was about the resurrection.
I think my favorite song they did was the hymn It is well with my soul. When peace like a river attendeth my way, When sorrows like sea-billows roll, Whatever my lot, Thou has taught me to know; "It is well, it is well with my soul." Tho' Satan should buffet, tho' trials should come, Let this blest assurance control, That Christ hath regarded my helpless estate, And hath shed his own blood for my soul. My sin - oh, the bliss of this glorious thought! My sin - not in part but the whole, Is nailed to His cross and I bear it no more; Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, oh my soul. And, Lord, haste the day when the faith shall be sight, The clouds be rolled back as a scroll, The trump shall resound, and the Lord shall descend- A song in the night, oh my soul !
I even got to stay for Sunday school, the subject was purity. Always good to pound it into youngins heads. Jen (our Sunday school leader) had to bring her son into the class because someone took him out of nursery. Paul is going to be 2 years old in November. I think Jen and Jeff have been married for like 3 years, or about that. Jeff is our youth leader. Anyway, Paul was used as an object lesson (a really cute one, mind you) about purity. Most people don't think about consequences of their actions. As they say, for every action there is a reaction. I'm pretty sure most teenage girls that are pregnant didn't expect to get pregnant. But that's just because they don't consider the consequences. Jen was saying that you have to have lots of patience (or learn to have patience) when you have a baby. Anyway Paul was adorable as usual. He had some teddy bear gram crackers still in the package and he was eating out of it, then he dumped it on the floor. Jen looked over and just gave this kind of sigh and "I'm so used to you doing that" look. Then she put it back in the bag, about 5 minutes later he dumped it out again. Really funny. Then he took out all the playthings in the room, he kept handing me this soccer ball thingy and poking my toenails.
I didn't get to go to youth group. :weep:
Oh my word, Barbarosa just walked in the room and popped open a pop can, I asked him what he had. And... Dundadundah!!! It was a Superman energy drink. He took a drink and went, "Blegh, blegh, blegh." Eww... I can smell it now.
A word of advice, don't buy the Superman energy drink. You would think that SoBe would do better, but I've heard it tastes like cough syrup and Barbarosa said it tastes like your mouth does after they put Novocain in there. XP
Speaking of energy drinks my driver's ed teacher, Mr. Rogers, used to always have a Rockstar for each class. (I miss driving... :kri:)
So I've gotten into this habit of playing Spider Solitaire to brighten my existence on the couch, I've played it before. But have I won 10 straight games in a row before? No. Now I'm moving from easy to harder. If I tried the hardest I'd die 100% of the time. For medium hard I only die 87% of the time. Now Mom is playing, I regret showing her the game now. She's obsessed I tell you! Obsessed!