I got to hold this kind of puppy. Except really cute.
Boomer was up on my bed this morning, I lifted him up. Mom and I were talking about books and then I let Boomer up. He wouldn't be able to get up by himself, he's such an old man. When he got up he kept licking me, he was pretty grateful to be with us. Then Chato jumped up and Boomer almost bit her head off.
There were about 600 people that graduated from SK, sooooo I guess they made good time. But it seemed really long. The Principle mentioned Bob Pritchard in his speech. Bob is an old man that has served God for a long time. So that was cool. Bob graduated from SK in 1920. I found a verse last night,
Bob and his wife
"Make it your ambition to lead a quiet life, to mind your own business and to work with your hands, just as we told you, so that your daily life may win the respect of outsiders and so that you will not be dependent on anybody." 1 Thessalonians 4:11-12
Bob and his wife worked with young life for a long time. Alda died recently. But our lives ("us" being Christians) should be winning people's respect.
Dad got us in early.... *cough* Using his handicapped daughter. Sooo yeah, we sat on the floor. As in the floor that the people graduated on, we were not in the stands. We were sitting kind right by the stands, right in front of them. I was sitting so that I was almost in the middle of the rows of grads. Pretty funny sitting there. But it was really nice not having to climb stairs.
At Tiffany's grad party we just hung out, which was cool. Tiffany is going to go to Trinity in the fall.