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VBS 2014 ~ Day IV


McKayla promised me this morning, on the way to VBS, that she'd remember what they did and where they went. I guess me and John harping on her so much all week finally sunk in LOL. I was telling her this morning that I really wanted to know what she did, I wanted to hear about all the fun stuff they do, I wanted to know what they learned about, I wanted to know what songs they sang and where they go after they leave the sanctuary (that's where the meet up in the morning). She promises me that she'll tell me when I pick her up.

So, I go to pick her up.

Can you guess what her answer was when I asked what she did?

I bet you can't! LOL

Well, I pick her up and she shows me the hidden compartment watch she made, I tell her I have a surprise in the Kia for her (I got a CD from church that morning with Agency D3 stuff on it) and we load up in the car.

We're listening to the CD and she goes "Oh! Mommy! I remember what we did after we left the sancturary!" I'm thinking 'Yay! I FINALLY get to find out what she does!' and she says that they go to the classroom after the sanctuary. Cool! We're making progress. It's only the 2nd to last day but hey! I'll take it where I can. LOL So I ask her what they do in the classroom and she says...........

"I don't remember."

Ugh!

Seriously child.

Oh well, at least I got that much out of her.

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