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VBS 2014


Vacation Bible School (VBS) is in full swing this year.

Agency D3
Discover. Decide. Defend. 

"Calling agents to Vacation Bible School! We need kid agents who are willing to discover, decide and defend at Agency D3."

Discover clues that point to the truth of the gospel. Decide to believe it and be ready to defend your faith.

Today was the first day and McKayla was excited to go.

She puts on her shirt (that Aunt Leslie and Kathleen picked up for her yesterday) and she was raring to go.


It was a little chaotic inside the church with so many kids getting to their designated areas and a lot more registering for VBS. McKayla took it all in stride tho and we quickly found her row (they had the parents bring the kids to the sanctuary and they had signs for each age group).

I left her after giving her a hug and kiss and telling her to have fun and she walked down the row like she'd been doing it all along. (I do have to confess that I ended up going BACK into the sanctuary to make she she was ok.......she was. I needn't worry. :-) )

A little while later, I went back to pick her up and she was all smiles.

I was looking forward to her being so excited about her first year doing VBS and telling me about all the really cool things she did. I was looking forward to adding them to my journal (AKA this blog, haha) to look back on later.

And this is what I got:

"They had chips and koolaid and water but I didn't like the kooliad."

"We sang songs."

"We had storytime."

Not exactly what I had in mind for a riveting blog post but at least she had fun and she's ready to go again tomorrow.

Stay tuned for more bland exciting posts about VBS Week! Haha

Comments

  1. LOL!!! That's kids for you! I'm glad she had fun. :D

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    1. Yeah, at least she's having fun.....I just wish I knew what she did!! LOL

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