Monday, April 28, 2008

Dress Up. Save the World.

Superhero Week in Sidewalk Sunday School.

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Princess Ashley waiting to be rescued :)

And here are our noble heroes


Friday, April 25, 2008

Princess Tea Party 4/20/2008

So much fun for the girls! They all got princess dresses provided by Women of Excellence Foundation in CA and they had a nice banquet and they learned that they are princesses in God's Kingdom ...by the way... so are we! our youngest princess

Sunday, April 20, 2008

My Reads

At the moment I'm reading "Troubled Sleep" by Jean-Paul Sartre.

The book depicts the fall of France in 1940, and the anguished feelings of a group of Frenchmen, whose prewar apathy gives way to a consciousness of the dignity of individual resistance and solidarity with others who are oppressed.

Saturday, April 19, 2008

It is easier to build boys and girls than to repair men and women

What can I say? Preschool Rocks! Done it again. Here are some pics from today.

Amish roots

I visited my friend Deanna in Lancaster, PA last week... And today I saw this hat in our Kids Church storage... I couldn't resist taking a picture :)


Pirate Week

Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

We have just finished Week 4 of Sidewalk Sunday School.

We've done the Pirate Week and pretended to turn our Sunday School truck into a pirate ship.


The lesson was on guilt. We were encouraging kids not to carry their guilt but give it to Jesus.

Sunday, April 13, 2008

My Very Long Birthday Party

My longest birthday party ever! It lasted SIX DAYS!!!
This year I celebrated my birthday with my Sidewalk Sunday School kids. We did an entire Birthday Week. Every day I baked 96 cupcakes for each site (240 cupcakes on Friday)... and our wonderful an amazing interns ended up having to frost all of them... they didn't complain and still smiled even after having plastic spoons break inside a container of frosting. He-he-he :) Our cupcake grand total for the week was 528 (44 dozen) cupcakes... and a box of Dunkin Donuts munchkins.
The kids who came to Sunday School were encouraged to bring a self-made birthday card. The best card from each site won a prize. The one below is one of my personal favorites (try to read what the text says).
I had a great time. Our attendance this week was 800 people. That's one big birthday bash.

Bye Bye for now...

Monday, April 7, 2008

I said, "YEP"

That's exactly what I said to... Bryan asking me to marry him. It was very beautiful and romantic (which I guess was the effect he was going for :) )

We went to the beach right by my Sidewalk Sunday School site. He told me to close my eyes and gently lead me somewhere. When I opened my eyes, I still couldn't see anything but the... beach? so what was the big deal? Bryan pulled out a bouquet of white & red roses and started telling me how great I was, etc., etc... and then he turned me around and I saw this:


Bryan stood on one knee and pulled out the ring. Here comes the moment! I said, "YEP"...

We had our picture taken by a random man who happened to be walking on the beach. When he saw us he tried to turn the other way as not to disturb our little romantic picnic so Bryan had to chase him down to ask him to take our picture. He said he's been happily married for 45 years (that's encouraging :) )

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

I'm BACK!!

Hi there...
Quick observation - I survived a month without much internet - and I enjoyed it :)
Spent time with God, my boyfriend and friends, drank coffee and read books. It was great.
I think all www lovers should do that once.
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