Sunday, June 18, 2006
Yes, Happy summer days are here. I go to work at 9 am in the morning, and then leave at 2 for lunch. And then I am off for the rest of the day. Which is a really nice schedule. I love to read, and go and sit outside in the summer breeze.I am enjoying my summer, while it is here because I don't have to study. This weekend was nice we went to church, and had fellowship dinner. On each table was a decoration that represented something a father would do. Today we are going to see Grandpa for Father's day and give him some cards. Mom gave a superintendent's talk at church about Father's Day, with using the book Adventist Home, and comments people had made in the Portland Progressive about their father's. I hope everyone is having a nice summer.
Friday, June 02, 2006
Happy Sabbath! We are just finishing up campmeeting with our last weekend of meetings. We have had some great speakers. Our theme this year is "Behold the Bridegroom Cometh." Last weekend we started with Terry Moreland. The interesting thing about him is he is from Bakersfield, Calif. And he came through the church through Dr.Barnard. Which my dad came through the church through him too. The 11:00 services were Richard O'Fill. He was very interesting, and the evening meetings were done by Steve Wallace. His last sermon was excellenet. He said that we needed to get rid of all of our worldy desires and be ready for Jesus. He said that unfortunately, some of us aren't ready. Tonight we had Mike Ryan. He told some mission stories. I am kinda of sad that it is going to end, but yet I am ready for it to end. I work in the business office, at the academy. It has been hectic with people from campmeeting come in with various needs, and the phone ringing off hook sometimes. Also, I have been helping the accountant with people buying meal tickets to eat meals in the cafe. So it will be nice to be done with that.I'm sorry its been a while since I had posted. I usually keep up to date.I'm glad that summer is here, and I can catch up on my sleep. Have a blessed weekend.