Friday, June 27, 2014

Friday Fragments

Friday Fragments is hosted by Half Past Kissin' Time for bloggers to post a list of short things on their minds that aren't really enough for a whole post.

Here I am rushing again before work to get my Friday Fragments up.

I had a GREAT time at sports camp coaching 4th grade boys basketball and leading devotions. They were very cooperative and responded to the gospel message the first day!

Really don't care about the World Cup tournament at all, Gerard watched a little of it.

I am currently reading GRADUATION DAY by Joelle Charbonneau, the third book of The Testing series. Another YA dystopian series. I am flying through it!

For the summer, In Sunday School I get to teach all the kids who just finished 5th grade including the girls. This is turning out well and I am enjoying it! Last week we had 13 which is the largest Sunday School class I've had in a very long time. The kids listened and participated well too!

That's it, gotta go.

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retired not tired said...

We aren't into the World cup either. Have a great weekend.

Sandee said...

I've not watched any of the World Cup either. Sports are not on our radar here.

I'm glad you had a great time at camp. I knew you would.

Have a fabulous day and weekend. Scritches to the babies. ☺

Mary said...

I watched just a little bit of the USA/Germany game yesterday, but that was only because YS came upstairs and turned on the tv in the kitchen!

BeadedTail said...

Glad you enjoyed sports camp! Hope Sunday School continues to go as well as last Sunday too!

Cathy said...

I'm not into the World Cup either, but that books sounds interesting. I wrote it down so I can go take a look at it.

Have a great weekend!!

StarTraci said...

Glad you enjoyed your work with the 4th grade boys (my boy just finished 4th!) and have the 5th for the summer. Have a great one!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Sounds like you have been busy with the kids, good for you!

Bill Lisleman said...

I like the picture of the cat looking into the book. It's always better when the class joins in on the learning.

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