Here’s a few pics from today’s VBS.
Let’s start with our clown Nathan Chuong and friend, Casey, in the music class. Casey wanted to go home and cried a lot. I asked Nathan if his sister was coming to VBS this year (we had her last year) and he said, “No, she’s 8 now, ” like that meant she was way too old for VBS.
One of the music classes:
Linda, the other teacher in Steve’s class:
Our kitchen ladies. They are the best at making snowcones.
Mark, Ashley and Kathryn in the 2-3 grade class:
Some of our girls eating snowcones:
Our pastor’s wife, Dena, teaching Pre-K:
Dave, our youth/music minister, also teaching Pre-K. His wife, Chris, took all these pics and sent them to us, so we can make a slide show for family night Friday night.
Some of our 2-3 grade boys:
Andy, Beth and Jordan teaching grades K-1:
Also, Andy, Bethany and Jordan:
And me teaching a music class:
I got a compliment today. I went to get my nails done this afternoon. I went to a new place, because my regular place was too busy today. The girl was asking me questions about my family and how old my kids are. I told her my oldest would soon be 25. She said I looked too young to have a child that old. I told her I’m going on 50, and she looked at me really funny. She told me she would have guessed I was about 40. I think that’s stretching it a bit, but I’ll take every little bit I can get. People always tell me they think I’m younger than I am. It works for me.
I forgot to mention that Jordan (see pic of Beth, Andy and Jordan) is one of the little girls I use to keep while her mom worked. She will be 12 on Aug. 4. I started keeping her older sister, Candice, when Candice was 8 months old. Candice just turned 14 last month. When they were little I took them to VBS with me, since I taught. As soon as they were old enough to help (6th grade), they wanted to go and help teach the classes. They love it.
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