to school at 8:55 for a late start. From there I went on into church for our Men’s Bible Study. I missed most of it since it started at 8:30. But better late than never. After the meeting, I helped set up the fellowship hall for the UP Kids (our after school program).
breakfast, a bunch of us helped one of our members move from her bedroom-apartment
to another one across town. I couldn’t believe all the stuff she had in a single bedroom. She keeps things in plastic tubs and stacked so it is neat even if it is crowded. The new apartment has two bedrooms, kitchen and living/dining room. She’ll be sharing it with her mother or mother-in-law (I’m not sure which).
with logos of their favorite teams. I’m on the worship committee that helped plan this event. So, after helping with the move, I went to church and started decorating the sanctuary. Previously, we had made pennants with the names and symbols of the decuples on them. I turned them around so that
the blank side was out and hung them around the walls. I used white duct tape to mark yardage lines
on the aisles and placed some other football stuff around.
them. I had fixed two of them earlier with extensions to come out to the edge. I didn’t do the third one before because I had to cut the existing rod and add a coupling with a longer piece of threaded rod. Until I got my Dremel tool, I didn’t have a convenient way to cut it. So now all three handles are easily reached.
needed work and then suggested that a list of projects be sent to members with a request for people volunteer to help with areas where they had the skills; i.e. carpenter, electrician, plumber, etc. The second person got up to speak and asked if Ella had been looking at his notes because he wanted to make almost the same recommendations. After the meeting, we went for a drive and ended up at Panera Bread for lunch. We both had soup in bread bowls. I had chicken tortilla while Ella had clam chowder. They were both very good and the bread was excellent. Our assessment was that they were a little pricey, but very good.