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1,401. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 15:47 BST
@Varia01 @Happy_Mask I'm on blue belt and I'm going to be a purple belt candidate. Thanks for your support!
Edited on Sat 20th July, 2013 @ 15:54 by Mickey
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1,402. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 15:56 BST
Break a leg @Mickey.
1,403. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 16:01 BST
Yesterday, a five-day long Vacation Bible School had ended. I'm in middle school, so I was an assistant. My family went to a church in Wisconsin for VBS. On the first day, I didn't go because I was expecting a lot of noise and people. On the second day, turns out it wasn't bad at all. Though the wife of the pastor asked me if I can watch the little kids group with a few others. I had to make sure that they stay seated and get trash and all. On Wednesday (Day 3), the pastor and his wife went to a funeral for one of their church members, so the woman who was getting water had to teach that day (It was HOT the first few days and we did it outside. I was used to the 90s°F temperature since I'm a former Southerner.) had me get the water. On Day 4, I was water boy once again. On Day 5, it was cooler, I still wanted to give water though I kept asking about it at wrong timings, so it was a little awkward. Plus, I felt I was slacking a little. On the night of the 5th day, the kids (Along with the assistants me included) did our songs once again for the people at the church, we had a great dinner, and a great time!
The church reminds about the church I used to go to in Georgia. It had more kids than the church I usually go to in Minnesota and they had similar behaviors to kids in elementary at the church back at Georgia, it was a more of a modern church (more high-tech, more modern architecture though small, and no hymnals), and was less traditional than the one in Minnesota.
Plus, I had a few talks with the youth pastor, and he is also a big fan on Metroid and Zelda!
All week was just fantastic!
Edited on Sat 20th July, 2013 @ 16:02 by Varia01
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Even though I have beaten many of the games I'm still playing, I play them not to win, but to have fun.
1,404. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 16:04 BST
@Varia01 Sounds like you had a lot of fun! And that youth pastor sounds awesome.
1,405. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 16:04 BST
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1,406. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 16:18 BST
Thank you @Big-Luigi & @Mickey!
1,407. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 17:51 BST
I got back just a few minutes ago. I passed the exam! In fact, I finished early. Mr. Taylor said he could have kept us (me and other students) there for thirty more minutes but it'd be a waste of time because we all "aced" it. I remember a moment where I was trying to relax, I was practically drenched at that point and the heat had all but gone to my head. At that moment I remembered that you guys knew I could do it and I got through it. Thanks for the support! I honestly feel like I couldn't have done it without you guys.
1,408. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 17:53 BST
@Mickey What are friends for?
1,409. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 18:15 BST
@Mickey What are friends for?
Munching on a well cooked face together?
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1,410. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 18:24 BST
Fantastic job @Mickey!
1,411. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 19:25 BST
@Mickey You got the Purple Karate Belt!
Your Karate skills have increased!
All fanfare aside, congrats to you my friend.
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1,412. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 19:30 BST
@Mickey That's really awesome! I used to do karate, but my parents pulled me out because A) complete lack of physical fitness B) my absurdly violent nature and really short temper.
@Varia01 Wow, that sounds like a lot of fun! I'm not really a religious person, mainly because I've been locked up for the longest time to focus on studies and education, but it sounds like it's more about the community than anything.
1,413. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 20:02 BST
Congrats, @Mickey! You're the man now, dawg.
Feel free to add me!
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1,414. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 20:05 BST
Today I am terribly sleep-deprived, feeling super jittery on a Steroid DosePak for my migraines, fighting off a migraine, overcooked a delicious Ribeye, my acupuncturist put pins in my ears, hands, legs, and head, but...I'm making good progress in DKCR3D. So I got that goin' for me. Might go to the drive-in tonight with my wife who makes me the luckiest man alive by virtue of having the privilege of being her husband. If only we could bring our cat!
Edited on Sat 20th July, 2013 @ 20:05 by maxcriden
1,415. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 20:11 BST
@maxcriden: That's amazing to hear! Glad to see that you're recovering. Hope you have a great time at the theater!
1,416. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 20:14 BST
@maxcriden Thanks, man. Glad to hear you're having fun on DKCR3D!
1,417. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 20:14 BST
Not a positive of the day itself, but I just finished Driver's Ed!
still don't trust myself with a car
Next weekend, I'm going bowling with some friends I haven't seen in a while. I'm going to convince them to try and gather up some NERF guns so we can have a proper shootout
1,418. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 20:15 BST
@Nobodys_Angel Great job, And hope you have fun!
1,419. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 20:16 BST
Sounds awesome @Nobodys_Angel. I hope you have an amazing time with your old friends!
1,420. Posted: Sat 20th Jul 2013 20:21 BST
@Varia01 and @Mickey, thanks guys! I don't know if either of you have ever been gone to a drive-in movie theater but they are a big passion of mine. My wife and I have a season pass to the one here in Colchester, VT, so we try to go as often as possible, weather permitting. It's great to be able to control the volume (I typed "noise level" at first--proof of my sleep-deprived state), the snack bar is fun, you don't have to worry about people talking or texting, and the screen is HUGE!
@Mickey, have you gotten to play DKCR3D? It's awesome.
@Nobodys_Angel, how are your headaches doing? Congrats on Driver's Ed!