Wednesday, January 7, 2009


How nice it was to go to church tonight!  After missing services on Sunday because of M's illness, we were both excited to get to go tonight.  The prayer list was quite long--it seems there are many dealing with various viruses and such.  My cousin, "Living Out Loud" is sick right now, in fact.
***Hey S!  Get well soon***

I'm sorry to admit that I have no photo for today's post.  To make up for that, I've asked E (my eldest--14 yo) to do a "guest post":

Hey, everyone!I thought Mom knew better than to ask me to do this, but I'll try not to scare you too badly.Mom wanted me to talk about the church's food pantry which I participated in today. A typical food pantry day for me begins with Dad saying "E, get up." Then comes me staggering down the stairs for a shower. The food pantry opens at 9:00 am, and closes at 1:00 pm. Inbetween those times my day consists of unpacking boxes of food, packing the shelves, and then bagging food for people who come in. Sometimes though, things slow down, and there isn't much to do. During those times I do schoolwork or talk with Mrs Pat, the Ministry Assistant. Many pleasant hours have been spent talking with her.

Well, there you go, there's my Wednesdays for you.

Adios, everyone!E.


all4memories said...

Thanks, K! I'm feeling much better. My 2 were such sweethearts while I was out of commission, checking on me to see if I needed anything. I hate I didn't mention any of that in my post last night, so I guess that may be the topic of my post today. :o)

Nice post, E! I enjoyed reading about that. Maybe you should develop a blog to keep up with all the adventures of a teenager. :o) Maybe "The Life and Times of E."?

Anonymous said...

Good job, E on the ministry work and the blog. I'm proud of you and Mom. Mimi

Mrs. Pat said...

Thanks E for all you do at the food pantry. You are really at joy to work with.

Jan and Miekie said...

I'm glad you are better - hope you all stay in good health. Excellent post E - you could do it more often! I think it is wonderful that you do so much work in the food pantry. I feels good to give of yourself doesn't it?