Random — if you know anyone in middle school, then you’ve heard this word ad nauseaum. It has replaced “awesome,” “cool,” “Hello,” “goodbye,” and “you’re welcome.” When the Little Admiral has her own children who are driving her crazy with the latest slang, I’m going to remind her of this.
This was the weekend for confirmation of faith and eighth grade graduation.
It started with the band trip to St. Louis on Friday, for a concert and then a day at Six Flags. The Little Admiral loves any ride that goes upside down or fast, preferably both at the same time. It must be a trait that skips generations. Next year, we’ll send her to the park with her grandfather.
Sunday was Ascension Sunday and confirmation for seven members of our youth. We arrived an hour early for robing and pictures.
And, finally, here’s a rare picture of me with the graduate. Normally, I’m the one behind the camera.
That’s it for the big weekend. School ends on Wednesday, and we begin three months of riding lessons, band camps (yes, plural), church camp, volleyball camp, trips to the west and east coasts, and slumber parties. When does the merry-go-round stop?