Well, that was a great Halloween.
I got up at 8, showered, got dressed, and went to church.
At church, I ate pancakes, sausage, and a donut.
Then I helped with Sunday school.
We had technical difficulties.
We couldn’t get the sound to work during our DVD.
Then we figured it out.
After the video, M talked a little, and I snatched up a high schooler’s cell phone after it fell out of a pocket.
After it vibrated like three separate times.
Then I went up to the service, where I sat next to the current director of our Bible camp!! =)
It was just me, Director B, and one JH kid in the front row, because part of the group was at camp.
It was a good service today.
Director B spoke, told us that our Thanksgiving offering (from last year) went towards buying new beds for camp!
And when my sister got home from camp, I asked her if the bunk beds were metal or wooden. “Wooden.”
Awesome. We bought those beds!
Director B gave a good message.
We sang really good songs.
He commented on our “worship.” (*)
And then it was over, really.
Then I came home and ate lunch (leftover crêpes!).
And went shopping with my daddy! =)
And did some of my Stats homework.
I can’t figure out two of the problems, so I’m going to leave them for tomorrow in class.
We’ve only had ONE trick-or-treater tonight. A little boy from up the street who was dressed as (I think) a firefighter.
I’ve been eating the candy. Haha.
Oh, just a Three Musketeers bar and a couple of Milky Ways. Not like I’m eating the whole bag. (Though admittedly, I could eventually.)
I’m alternating between Facebook (why do they make you pay to use the awesome features in their games?), [Dear Blank Please Blank], and a few other sites.
Because I’m bored and don’t feel like doing much else for the rest of the evening.
Happy Halloween? 🙂
(*) Director B was talking about our music. But “worship” is not just music. “Worship” existed before music, I think. Randy Alcorn wrote about it. Anything can be worship, if done with the right attitude.