Sometimes You Wonder...

It's been an odd weekend here in Sunny. Not necessarily bad, just odd. Things started off on Friday setting the tone... I needed to blow up a large boat for kids church. I thought the boat was about 3 or 4 feet wide. Unable to find a blower-upper-thingy that would work at the church, I stuck the thing in our little car and brought it home. Later, we realized it was actually the size of an above ground pool and we'd need the air compressor!

DJ is quite the trooper and we let some air out, stuck it back in the car and loaded it up again. The custodians came running when they heard the machine going in our normally deserted part of the church on Saturday night.

We happened to run into one of my new best friends in the kids area. She'd gone in for all day on Saturday to work on our new neighborhood set (and who says society is hopeless). We had some laughs while working together and that just warms your heart. As soon as the set is done, I'll share it. It's amazing!

Then for dinner, we stopped in at a favorite pizza place. I thought DJ was watching someone too, but it turned out he wasn't, so then I felt like a snoopy lady. (Picture big glasses) Well, the situation was I couldn't keep my eyes off of the server for the next table. About 6', with long black braids, I think the question was one of trying to confirm what sex they want to declare but the jury is still out.

I also have this gift, or challenge depending on how you see it, of being able to take in most of the conversations in a restaurant that are happening around us. That really annoys DJ, so I don't mention it much anymore. However, it's a lot like facebook I think ~~~ just keeping tabs on folks, just for fun.

Then Sunday...oh my...did you catch that game?? Poor Max. He's just not used to seeing his papa get so upset. He wasn't at all sure what to do with the touchdown towel. He finally left the room to go sleep under his favorite chair.

So once again, you've got the news from Sunny. It doesn't really impact your world, but I hope you've had a smile or two. Sometimes smiling is the best option ever.


Amy said...

can't wait to see the new set.

Kentucky Bound said...

New camera? I hope you plan on preserving moments like this for posterity as well as for the enjoyment of those of us who live in the middle of nowhere (the most wonderful place on earth).

Blessings and hugs!

Faith Hope Love Mama said...

What a blessing you are to those children. :)