So, I’m definitely full. I feel like all I do over Thanksgiving is eat. Food is good. Sleep is good. I took a nap today, and it made me feel even more tired. I’ve been busily planning Sunday’s Youth Group service and my Sunday School class.
Until next time, I am: working on church stuff.
Verse of the Day: Hebrews 6:18-19
I am beginning several things today. I am starting to look at several schools’ calendars to find a date for Prayer Chapel II this spring. I’m looking at favorite parts from this fall, things from TEC, suggestions of others, and ideas from Placerville. I’m thinking about possibly opening it up to adults from Armour, as well as a wider age range of students from more towns. It was a Community Youth Group Project as well as a UCC church project… Maybe Grandview Reformed Church would offer more space? Possibilities….
I’ve also started a few personal resolutions I want to make into habits.
Lastly, I’ve started going to bed earlier. With that, I take my leave.
TEC was amazing this weekend. I don’t see why I didn’t go to it before. Being a candidate was awesome, and I’m definitely going to go back and work the first weekend of June. Wheat Team would be my first choice or worker team, but K-Team, Music Team, or Support Team would be okay too. (respective translations: Prayer Team, kitchen team, music team, and general assistance.)
Until next time, I am: running on coffee and about two hours of sleep.
Word of the Day: rector
We are almost to Platte. I’m not really sure what to expect this weekend, but I know what I’m hoping for. I’m guessing that this is going to surpass those expectations.
Until next time, I am: phoneless.
Word of the Day: adventure
What did you expect me to blog about? This movie was amazing. It was one of the best I’ve seen all year, and it followed the book really well.
There are things even more amazing happening though. Real things. Things that make you realize just how amazing life can be. Something my family has been praying for for years has finally happened. Words cannot express the amazing right now. Thanks be to God.
Until next time, I am: overjoyed.
Word of the Day: amazing.
I believe that my poster is qualified as a poster, and that it is a good poster.
To me, a wall hanging, made of either paper or thin plastic, created for the purpose of expressing information, is qualified as a poster. In addition, a poster must be designed to be a poster, not something else just hung on a wall. I don’t think a pamphlet stapled to a wall would a be a poster because pamphlets are normally two-sided and they are designed to be turned over and read. A newspaper hung on a bulletin board would not be a poster in my mind for the same reason. My poster fulfilled all of what I would consider to be the requirements for a poster. Therefore, it is one, at least in my opinion.
I think is it a “good poster,” because it not only fulfills it’s purpose, but fulfills it well. It is not a poorly designed, quickly thrown together project, but one I put a considerable amount of time and effort into. I spent three class-periods, and probably an hour at home, researching information, designing the poster I would use to present that information, then actually creating the poster. I chose what I believe are reliable sources to gather my information from. I chose my design based on two factors.
The first was based around catering to different learning styles. The color coordination and the use of diagrams to illustrate each term were in conjunction with textual definitions to offer two ways to help explain the terms to the viewer. A poster is primarily visual, with really nothing for an auditory or kinesthetic learner. The lifting of flaps may offer something for the kinesthetic learner, but it’s a stretch. The second was based on size. I liked the smaller size because it made it easier for me to focus on.
Back to drawing. Not really doing anything else. Just drawing and checking my History book.
I have this sneaking suspicion that there will be a pop quiz tomorrow.
Until next time, I am: paranoid?
Word of the Day: emblem