It's still hot in my classroom, 82 degrees at the moment. I'm more than a little tired. But, my friends, the weekend cometh....
My sister and I have picked a song for tonight--Mark Schultz's "Letters From War." We had a patriotic theme to work from and neither of us were feeling the traditional pick. Of course, we haven't technically practiced it yet. And we sing in a matter of hours. I'm sure it will be fine. Right? RIGHT? Did I mention that we are singing at a beauty pageant? This is what you get when someone asks you for a favor in church. I'm pretty sure making up a previous social obligation in church means I'll never have another date again. My sis and I go every year and judge unofficially from our seats and that's kind of how I liked it. But what can you do?
The pageant is part of my town's version of a fall festival this weekend, even though it's still summer on the calendar. Maybe I will post a picture or two as I plan on spending tomorrow wandering around the yard sales and what-not. I'll miss most of it on Sunday by the time I go to church and then have to go back at 5:00 for Bible study. We are doing Beth Moore's "Stepping Up." It's been amazing, even though I am always a bit of a homework slacker. I think it's the conversation with the other godly, awesome women in the group that I love the most! I will hate to see this time end.
Have a great weekend! (Even you don't get to attend a festival named after a stagnant river!)