well i will be trying in the future to take pics all day long on fridays to basically document my day in a way and force myself to take pics of the everyday mundane in a new way hopefully
started off walking outside to a beautiful sky, put on some sufjan, and met up with my buddy erik at waffle house to hear about his time in new zealand (which only made me want to go there that much more)
stuart gave a pretty awesome illustration the last couple nights at youth group about stepping in to the light which is Christ and then reflecting that light to the world
he started with just us, reflecting our own light, and then showed what it would look like if we collectively all shined our light, which comes from Christ, to the world...this was represented with a disco ball...it provided a great picture
saw this today...to be honest, i was a bit confused
what exactly should i look out for?
is God going to attack me?
is the church going to get me some how?
should i be scared, worried, anxious, sweating, excited?
i guess i didn't get it
i bet a lot of others didn't either....
everyone loves a prank now and again...
let's just hope aynsley does
stuart and i just so convienently were able to get our hands on probably over 200 megaphone cones which were to promote crowder's new cd
we left one cone a day on aysnley's desk and of course she brushed it off for the most part...she would from time to time in fits of frustration put them on our desk to which we would promptly return them to their "rightful owner"
i can't wait until she walks in to find them all spread out throughout her office...
the previous days were just a taste to come and what will forever go down as "office prank initiation day"
i thought it was interesting to watch these kids play on a train out in the middle of the indian country...
this is their train set...kids in the states get flooded with toys their own childhood lives and here are these gets completely content with what appears to be their only "toy"
this is their trainset...a broken down train car just outside of their village