J.J. and class doing the signature move (the lasso) for the week and Tori tolerating the whole experience on stage...
Hey Wranglers, round up those questions, and drive home those answers! This was the theme for VBS this year at Trenton Street Baptist. And like always, the workers put forth 110% of their time and energy to make it a great success. You can tell that these adults really care about the kids who they are ministering to during the action-packed week. The pics above are from tonight's Family Rodeo. Tori and her group of two and three-year-olds were, well, acting two and three on stage. One little girl in particular, kept turning her back to the audience in defiance. The only time Tori looked remotely happy to be there was at the end when they did their last move to a song. . .a cowgirl slap on the knee. Jonathan's favorite song that his age group performed was called "Tumbleweed" which spoke about the ABCs of salvation that the Christian world has established for children in recent years.
After the performance, everyone headed to the gym at the church for inflatables, snow cones, and prizes. Jonathan was a great brother-on-duty while they waited in line for their turns at the inflatable train obstacle course. All-in-all it has been a great VBS week, but I believe that the kids are ready for some rest and down-time in the evenings. And I will admit that it has been too quiet around here (and a bit lonely)!
That's it for now. Chris and I are celebrating our 17th anniversary tomorrow with a quiet evening at the Copper Cellar. I can't wait for some alone time at our favorite restaurant!
Have a great Saturday!