“Happy Birth-Minute… tooooo youuuuuu!” =)

November 17, 2009

We had a semi-impromptu birthday party for my friend, Mee-shell! last night… after Awana…

So it pretty much didn’t start even until 10:00…

Oh, what delight… Parties… of the night!  =)

Anyway, “I-Zeck” actually MADE A CAKE!? =)

He ate more than anybody else and ended up quite the energetic young man by about 11:00…

Mr. A’s been reading Revelation and had some interesting stuff to say about Jesus’ righteousness and evil-doers drinking blood.

Something else he read made me think of this Michael Card song:

“Just and true are Your ways,
King of Ages
So great and marvelous are all Your deeds
Oh Lord God Almighty, who will not fear You
And bring the glory to Your Name.” -Song of the Lamb.

We sang “happy birth-minute” to the birthday girl on her birth minute! =)

(We even factored in daylight savings time. =)  She’s a Texan. =)

Mi brothre… played some ridiculously catchy Indian music-video on his blackberry, where people danced as if they were driving a pick-up truck and trying to rope a cow…

And a while later we…

had another King-Soopers adventure!

Consisting of:

-A rather loud discourse on the economics regarding the Eggo waffle shortage, while on the scenic route to the frozen pizzas.

-Movie recommendations…

-The Great Chocolate Milk dilema!
(“Only Viva?!”  “No -no Store brand beautiful-ish-ness?”)

-A deduction that Yosh’s grandmother is the ONLY known grandmother in the whole world who made a special phone-call to implore her grandson to stock up on all the canned pumpkin he would need for the holidays, due to the impending “no more pumpkin mush for the next few months!!!” crisis.

-All topped-off with a birthday ride on a penny horse named Biscuit.
(It took forever! lol… like 5 minutes.
She turned so red.
Mi hermano: “Look, she matches the Red-box.”)

We all then piled back into my refrigerator of a car!  and returned to watch Cyrano de Bergerac! while I used an oven stone for the first time ever! =) to cook the pizzas.

Cyrano de Bergerac… quite an intriguing story… pretty good movie too… I’ve been hearing nonsensical French babblings in my head ever since.

Moi teh peh jzu… sah la mon clah per see… te fwi.

???

(What was the last word of the whole film you ask?  “…Panache.”)

Ok, so maybe you didn’t ask… but I just had to tell you.

Aaaand… this morning I woke to my roommate yelling at, and chastising, one of my horribly mischievous cats!

Now my toes are cold… and I have the rest of a Tuesday for God to tell me what to do. =)

What a grand life! =)

All this before the winter-of-the-week, known as “work” sets in.  And yet, there are benefits to winter…

Winter causes one to sit back a bit -to stay in one place more often… to focus.

Such does my work.

Au revoir et adieu! mis amis!

-MAC <>< =)

Ephesians 2:8-10 “For by grace you have been saved through faith and that not of yourselves it is the gift of God not of works lest any man should boast.  For we are His workmanship created in Christ Jesus for good works which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them.”

We had a semi-impromptu birthday party for my friend, Mee-shell! last night… after

 

Awana…

So it pretty much didn’t start even until 10:00…

parties of the night!  =)

Anyway, “I-Zeck” actually MADE A CAKE!? =)

He ate more than anybody else and ended up quite the energetic young man by about

11:00…

Mr. A’s been reading Revelation and had some interesting stuff to say about Jesus’

righteousness and evil-doers drinking blood.

Somehting else he read made me think of this Michael Card song:

“Just and true are Your ways,
King of Ages
So great and marvelous are all Your deeds
Oh Lord God Almighty, who will not fear You
And bring the glory to Your Name.” -Song of the Lamb.

We sang “happy birth-minute” to the birthday girl on her birth minute! =)

(We even factored in daylight savings time. =)  She’s a Texan. =)

Mi brothre… played some ridiculously catchy Indian music-video on his blackberry,

where people danced as if they were driving a pick-up truck and trying to rope a cow…

And a while later we…

had another King-Soopers adventure!

Consisting of:

-A rather loud discource on the economics regarding the Eggo waffle shortage, while on

the scenic route to the frozen pizzas.

-Movie recommendations…

-The Great Chocolate Milk dilema!
(“Only Viva?!”  “No -no Store brand beautiful-ish-ness?”)

-A deduction that Yosh’s grandmother is the ONLY known grandmother in the whole world

who made a special phone-call to implore her grandson to stock up on all the canned

pumpkin you’ll need for the holidays, due to the impending “no more pumpkin mush for the

next few months!!!” crisis.

-All topped-off with a birthday ride on a penny horse named Biscuit.
(It took forever! lol… like 5 minutes.
She turned so red.
Mi hermano: “Look, she matches the Red-box.”)

We all then piled back into my refrigerator of a car!  and returned to watch Cyrano de

Bergerac! while I used an oven stone for the first time ever! =) to cook the pizzas.

Cyrano de Bergerac… quite an intriguing story… pretty good movie too… I’ve been

hearing non-sensical French babblings in my head ever since.

Moi te peh jzu… sah la mon clah per ree… te fwi.

???

Aaaand… this morning I woke to my roommate yelling at, and chastizing, one of my

horribly mischevious cats!

Now my toes are cold… and I have the rest of a Tuesday for God to tell me what to do.

=)

What a grand life! =)

All this before the winter-of-the-week, known as “work” sets in. And yet, there are

benefits to winter…

Winter causes one to sit back a bit -to stay in one place more often… to focus.

Such does my work.

Au revoir et Adieu! mis amis!

-MAC <>< =)

Ephesians 2:8-10 “For by grace you have been saved through faith and that not of

yourselves it is the gift of God not of works lest any man should boast.  For we are His

workmanship created in Christ Jesus for good works which God prepared beforehand that we

should walk in them.”

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