Share-day Saturday

It was never really my intention to make this blog an online journal, however  thats what’s about to happen…So brace yourself.  I seem to get the most feedback from personal posts so I figured I could dedicate just one day a week to that and here it is!

With school back in session stuff around the church, while busy and full, has leveled off.  I’ve been able to stick to a routine for a couple of weeks now and that’s been really refreshing.  We are currently running a pretty awesome Wednesday night ministry called “Family Time Out”.  Children, youth, and adults eat dinner together (and our best chef is cooking so it’s soooo yummy) and then split up for separate programs.  Youth have bible study, kids have different activities, and the adults have been doing exciting stuff like dance and cooking lessons.  It’s so much fun to get to have dinner with my church family once a week.  I’m going to be sad when it’s over in a couple of weeks.  But I’m looking forward to doing it again in January or so.

Sunrise as we head out on the water...beautiful start to the day.

Sunrise as we head out on the water…beautiful start to the day.

This weekend my dad and I took the dogs and headed down to the coast for a weekend of fishing.  We haven’t caught a whole lot but it sure has been fun!  I have Fridays off but Dad has a lot of conference calls, which he naturally took while we were out on the water.  And obviously I caught the only keeper of the day while he is trying to explain some sort of accounting thing to his team.  So he gets the net, nets the fish, gets it in the boat, and measures it (just spot on the legal limit) all while explaining this complicated whatever to his people.  It was pretty impressive!

My fish!  I bet he is gonna be yummy!

My fish! I bet he is gonna be yummy!

We are having our staff retreat down here in a couple of weeks so after we got back from the am fishing I headed into town to see if I could find us a place to eat lunch.  A lot of places aren’t open for lunch or aren’t open on the day we are going to be here. I didn’t have as much luck as I was hoping for but I still think it’s going to be a fun retreat for us.  I’m looking forward to it.  This town just has its own vibe and I love it.  It’s a weird mix of super laid back and fancy.  I found this little gem on one of the store windows.

I really like the "ish"...not sure exactly what that means but I guess that's the point.

I really like the “ish”…not sure exactly what that means but I guess that’s the point.

Well that’s it for my first share-day.  I hope things are going well for you and yours!  What are you doing this weekend?

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