Monday is chapel day at FCS.
First was Kindergarten-2nd grade chapel at 8:15. I was greeting kids as they came in, asking some first graders about their weekends. It went from trampolines to playing with airplanes to playing soccer, until one little girl, surprisingly cheerful, said, "I got to come here Saturday because my parents got divorced." She also told me her mom's going to have another baby. Please be praying for this family.
But then we had some great chapel times today. Our chapel speakers today were pastors from our church. It is great to be a part of a ministry where you get Trey Garner speaking about Idols of the Heart to your Kindergarten-2nd graders and Doug Gray speaking to 7th-12th graders about the Heart of Change. "We do what we do because we want what we want." It all serves to enhance our school's theme this year "From the Inside Out."
I am thankful for my church.
Monday, September 01, 2008
This afternoon Mommy took me on a hike along the Wabash Heritage Trail. We parked at someplace called Davis Ferry and I hopped out of the car, excited to go for a W-A-L-K!
I'm good at posing for pictures on the trail.
Mom said I couldn't ride my bike or my horse. Or drive the car.
I liked climbing on the bridges; even the pieces of old bridges that didn't go anywhere.
I didn't use the stepping stones to cross Burnett's creek; I just waded through the water. The water was FUN!
Mom took a long time taking pictures of butterflies so I laid down underneath the bush where there was some shade to take a nap.
I didn't get why Mom liked looking at the flowers. The water was much more exciting!! (And chasing deer and chipmunks and birds.)
I decided to try a new black mud treatment on my paws; I hope it soothes the sore spots I've been itching because of my allergies.
I was able to take a little nap when we got to the Battlefield Museum. The shade was nice but Mom made me get in the sun for this pic.
When we got back to the car I got right in so I could go home and sleep!