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Weekly Re-Cap / Thoughts

- I had a challenging but great week!

- It’s hard having cars that all need to be worked on at the same time.

- BIRDS! (see last weeks re-cap)

- I started running over near Coons Crossing. It’s a bike path surrounded by swamps and ponds full of turtles. It’s nice and private so when I am gasping for breath, I don’t have to disturb my neighbors dinner. Yeah…I’m out of shape.

- I took Leah there for a nice walk. She picked/up-rooted some kind of plant. I caught a turtle, but she got upset when I put it on it’s back to take a picture. I wasn’t going to leave it like that! The turtle was pretty cool about it. I named him Dino.

- Church was awesome as usual! We learned all about parenting. The bands played a U2 song!

- I had someone tell me that I look much younger than someone else on staff that is pretty much the same age as me. It wasn’t true, but was pretty funny. I won’t mention Brian’s name.

- VERTICAL and NINE12 went very well last night! The DVD series we are going through has been really great.

- I had them submit questions that they have about God and their faith. We want to use them to direct our curriculum’s in the future and also just to answer some of the questions they have!

- I will be posting a “Question From a Student” tomorrow and Thursday. Come back to check it out.

- It’s Spring break and I have to work! It’s just part of life I guess… :)

FORGETTABLE FACTS:

img_7315img_7315.jpg-The football huddleoriginated at Gallaudet University — the world’s only accredited four-year liberal arts college for the deaf — in the 19th century when the football team found that opposing teams were reading their signed messages and intercepting plays.

- Of all the words in the English language, the word “set” has the most definitions.

- A lump of pure gold the size of a matchbox can be flattened into a sheet the size of a tennis court.

- The sound of E.T. walking was made by someone squishing her hands in jelly.