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Thursday, June 30, 2005

Ramblin' Road Trip

The theme this year for vacation bible school is "Ramblin' Road Trip." I am doing the music this year, which means that I lead 120 children in movements to the various songs in VBS. Every year, a guy named Jeff Slaughter writes the VBS songs, he works for the SBC, and I have to admit, they are some seriously addictive songs. You go around singing them all day long and they stick with you. It is pretty fun to watch all these kids learn the movements and they are so excited about doing them. VBS goes from 6-9 pm, so by the end of the day, I am pretty much wasted. But, it really is fun

During the opening worship rally, I do something called "Silly Songs with Mr. Philip" and the kids love it. I just sing some silly little song that I wrote and they go around singing that song all the rest of the night. My worship area is called "Big Phil's Tune Up Shop", so I am wearing this authentic mechanics shirt that James Aaron bought me. It even has "Philip" on the shirt, although it is spelled wrong. "Phillip."

Andi and I had a fun time tonight laughing and talking about the wedding. It is overly exciting and amazing to find myself so looking forward to all of the things that we have to do. I guess I should probably propose to her at some point. We really have the coolest apartment I have every seen, for a one bedroom anyway. The floorplan is killer and when we saw it, we knew this was the place. Basically, we are going to take all of Missy and Andy's furniture off their hands for them. Which is nice.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Philip! Andi sent me here. (She's sneaky like that... just thought I should worn you). At anyrate I'll refrain from making any coments too sarcastic in nature about anything I have read, and just say, I look forward to meeting you next weekend!

Jen

June 30, 2005 5:47 AM  
Blogger The Beast said...

Well hello Jen, I have heard so much about you. Thanks for saying hi and I look forward to meeting you as well!

June 30, 2005 12:37 PM  

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