Sunday, July 09, 2006

yumm.. smores!

Posted by Mandy at 3:57 PM
The Parkers hosted a camp fire last night and we all roasted hot dogs and marshmallows for smores. I am the only person on the planet that does not like hotdogs so i just settled for Smores for supper. (fine with me!) I won't disclose exactly how many I inhaled just while we were outside... but let's just say that in the dark of night, you feel you're hidden while stuffing yourself!

Another fantastic day at church! I am so happy with preacher now, FOR SURE. There were more people at church today than i've seen in a long time, so God is building us up again... thank goodness! A couple that sits across from me has a 5 week old little boy... as if having a new preacher isn't enough excitement for me! I could go just stare at the baby for an hour every Sunday!

Be praying for Madison. Her 6 month cleaning at the dentist is coming up this Thursday. Even though she's had this done routinely since she was 2.5, she still gets a bit scared. I can't blame her.. I do too. I hate having to go to the dentist! Even just a cleaning always hurts me. They put a "watch" on one of her top teeth at her last visit so I'm praying that it hasn't gotten any worse. If it did, they'll fill it... ugh.. poor baby. It's amazing how you can do all of the "right" things, and their teeth look totally fine, but you go to the dentist and they find a cavity! What's up with that?! What more could i possibly do to keep this girl's mouth cavity free than what I'm doing? Anyway... be thinking of us! Pray for strong teeth!


Lou Arnold on Sunday, 09 July, 2006 said...

You don't like hot dogs and I can't stand Smores. Maybe we are a match made in heaven. We could go to a campfire and eat for the price of one.

I can tell you really enjoy your new preacher and the baby in front of you.

We will be praying for Madison and her dentist checkup. I have never had a cavity in my life so I don't know how big of an ordeal that is, but I am sure that it is.

Rosie on Sunday, 09 July, 2006 said...

i will definately be praying for Madison! I know what a big ordeal it is for kids to have to go through, and what an even bigger ordeal it is for mommies to have to watch their babies to go through, so we will pray for you too!

Suzanne on Sunday, 09 July, 2006 said...

oh my goodness, lou, i have at least 9 cavities. most from when i was little. and, mandy, my mom did everything right with me, too. but it's not the end of the world, even with 9+ it's not something i think about. ever. and mine are even all silver. :)

i will pray for her, i know doctors are hard on them.

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