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Youth Sunday +

Sunday was Youth Sunday. This is the Sunday in which the youth take it over. They do everything from passing out the bulletins to preaching. They did an amazing job. Unfortunately I didn’t get a good picture of Josh. Thankfully someone else did take a group picture of the youth.

Cropping so not to publicly show all the teens.
And here is one that I took, it’s far away though and you really can’t see him.
Joshua spoke on friendship.
Josh really enjoys Youth Sunday.

Now for something not so nice. Josh had to get 4 stitches Monday.
My son was playing Chicken & Wolves with his cousins (age 6, 8, and 11) and brothers. He was in his dad’s shed and jumped right on a cement even-outer, scraper-thingy. Blood was dripping at a very steady pace. He hopped to the house and asked for a towel so he could come in without getting blood on the carpet, what a sweet boy.

I said forget the carpet, come in and let’s get you bandaged. I did hand him a towel though.

When I saw his cut I knew it was going to need stitches. I called Lupe (who also has his own limp going on, he was kicked right in the knee when playing soccer with the youth kids, ouch!) and thankfully he was already on his way home.

Of course we ate first, hehe. I made meatloaf, mash potatoes, and green beans, yum. Then we went straight to urgent care.

God answered my prayer, we had a really kind doctor. He talked to Josh as he was sewing him up and thought it was wonderful that we homeschooled.
Today (Tuesday) he is bed-schooling and limping around. It will take up to 12 days to heal.

All smiles after having his tow sewn up.


  1. What a trooper! We have our youth Sunday this coming week. Anxious to see what they come up with this time. My eldest will be playing in the band and singing for worship.

  2. What a fun church Sunday to allow the children such a unique learning experience.

    So sorry to hear about a limping husband and stitches for your son. Sounds like a rough week.


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