This is going to have to be quick since my kids will be home any minute. I'll be doing a cardboard testimony on Sunday at my church, so I have to try to fit something on this piece of cardboard I have. If you don't know what a cardboard testimony is just look up "cardboard testimony" on utube. You'll find all kinds of examples. I'm not very good at lettering, so I'm having a little trouble. Also, I have to take my kids to both services on Sunday by myself, I think. I'm pretty sure I have to do both services. Celebrate Recovery is doing the services this Sunday and I volunteered to do one of these testimonies. I know what you're thinking. I've completely lost my mind. You're probably right, but it's too late to change my mind. It's going to be especially hard, since my children are used to sleeping in until 9 or so on Sunday mornings. Not this Sunday. We have to do the first and second services. The first service starts at 8:30. I'm tired just thinking about it. Or maybe it's because I'm just usually tired anyway.
Nobody had to come home early from school today! Hip! Hip! Hooray! Too bad it's now the weekend. Jeremiah and Angela got postcards from their dad in Dallas. I can't wait to see the looks on their faces when they see them. I just hope Chloe doesn't feel left out. I'm sure he's sent her one too, but it just hasn't arrived yet. I hope it didn't get lost. That would be terrible. I talked to him today. He was getting ready to go to Six Flags with the rest of the Boy Scout guys and gals. Yes, there are girls who work for the Boy Scouts, too. They're paying for food and everything at Six Flags for them. No fair!!! Oh, well. I'm glad he's having fun. I just hope Angela doesn't get too jealous. He told me not to tell her, but I don't know if I can do that. Anyway, they should be home in a few minutes, so I'll talk to ya'll later. Oh, no! He's already rubbed off on me!