Is it the red button or the green button that disarms the bomb?

I can’t even begin to apologize enough for forgetting to update. Sheesh, it has almost been two weeks, I think that’s the longest I’ve gone without posting in a while. That is why I will give…something to the person who posts the 200th comment. Maybe I will give them a free Schick Quattro Midnight Razor (which I have several of), or some type of cup that says “Milk 3x” trying to encourage people to drink milk 3 times a day. Or maybe you could just request something. Hah. Do you smell lame?

Anyway, alot of stuff has happened since I last posted. Bad things, good things, and bad things.

The Aldersgate homecoming (two weekends ago) was fun, there were several more people there than I expected, and there were lots of people there that I haven’t seen in years. I love the fall, and I love Aldersgate, so needless to say, It was awesome. Oh…and I also love pig roasts, which was the main meal of the homecoming weekend. Yum.

Fall break was last week, as well as the Jenny Wiley Festival. It wasn’t as fun as the previous years because they banned air soft guns, therefore, nothing fun occurred. But…I did eat a funnel cake and ride in a golf cart. Oh the sweet joy.

During fall break, though, something horrible and awful happened. A family that were members at my old church were killed in a private plane crash. Herman W. Lester, 56, Julie Victoria Osborne Lester, 38, and Max, 17, a senior at my school, were returning from Paducah where Max had played in the state high school golf tournament. Its awful. Max went to Preschool with me, and his family attended my church. I really didn’t know Max well, but I knew him. If you know what I mean. Think of a person you see all the time, have known your entire life, have many mutual friends with, but rarely talk to, and that is how Max was to me. I was with him his very first year of school, and his last year of school. Be praying for our the friends and family of the Lesters please. Here is the news article.

In other news, the other week, I finished selling cookie dough, turned in the money, and waited for it to come in. Then I went to school on monday. They called for all the Juniors to go to the Library. Once I get there, I get handed a cookie dough order sheet and am asked to sell 12 cans of cookie dough. Not fair at all. I can’t sell any to my family, my church, or neighbors. So the only people that I can ask or who will buy it is at school, and they are selling cookie dough. Ah, someone buy my cookie dough, oh please!

One last thing, I wrote another song on the piano, and I recorded three other songs. One on piano, and two on guitar. They are on a cassette so I need to find a cassette walkman to get it on the computer. I really don’t want to buy one…

Impact is this week in Pikeville. Impact is a fun youth event at my old church (Pikeville United Methodist) that has been going for about 5 years now, I’ve been to all of them except last years. They are always fun and this year they have Phil Hogg doing the worship. I’ve known Phil since I was about twelve or thirteen years old, he was my counselor at Aldersgate camp, and he was also my counselor last year at Leisure Ministries. He is an awesome worship leader/guitar player/singer.

That’s all for now. [notapromise] I’ll not be forgetting to post again! [/notapromise]


  1. Kaleigh on October 14, 2005 at 12:13 am

    Yay! I’ve been waiting for an update.., (maybe I should have reminded you) 😉

    After reading all of that, I don’t have much to coment on…

    That is horrible about those friends of yours. I definitely will be praying.

    I would totally LOVE to hear your songs that you recorded! I hope you find a cassette walkman soon. 🙂

    I’ll buy some cookie dough… though I don’t know if it would be any good by the time it gets here! 😉 lol

    How do you see how many comments have been made in total?

    Well, I hope you have a great time at Impact! (Oh… and that sucks that you couldn’t bring airsoft guns to the Jenny Wiley Festival. 😛 )

    Have an awesome week!

    Much Love!

  2. Donnie on October 14, 2005 at 3:41 am

    Oh, oh, did I miss the 200th comment?

    I’ll be praying for that family. That is truly sad.

    I would also like to hear your songs recorded.


  3. Kaleigh on October 31, 2005 at 11:16 pm

    What happened to your more recent post?? [/confused]


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