Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Survival of the fittest

We made it through another lock-in! Almost 70 kids and a bunch of adults slept over at the church last weekend. This could be the definition of insanity. At any rate we all had a good time. We went roller skating at the Skate Center. It was a blast seeing Mr. Matty on skates and seeing some of our adults take part in the chaperone race. We played some great games like Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Bible Pictionary and cupstacking along with some fun times like makeovers and watching the Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe at 2:00 a.m.

Of course the R2 D2 cooler was a highlight and being attacked in the ballpit was cherished memory.


Tuesday, May 16, 2006


OK I hate to admit it. We have pet rabbits and through an unforutnate experiment of trying to divide the female from the males using mesh - the lady got pregnant. I was not real happy about this. A couple of weeks ago she had TEN babies. Sad thing - 4 died, but we managed to keep two of the really little ones alive using cat milk so we now have six pretty healthy baby rabbits. You know what - they're pretty stinkin' cute. They fit into your had and curl up there and sleep. I'm sure in a few weeks they will big and uncute and I will be ready to give them away! Except for maybe the littlest runt. We named him Bunnicula after a famous kid's book.

Why are animals always so fun and cute when their little babies and then they grow up to be not so interesting. Maybe that's why I work with children!