Operation Xmas Child November 21, 2010

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Started feeling sick at yg tonight, and definitely had a minor cold today. Luckily, I only played guitar for worship this morning while Dave h. added male vocals. The response song with rob and I also got cancelled, sparing me the possibility of embarassing voice cracking on random notes due to my cold.

Lunch today was a special thanksgiving lunch. Our church used to do special thanksgiving banquets in the evenings, but for some reason in recent years it turned into a fancy lunch.

Wrapped and packed boxes for operation christmas child after lunch with the youth and acacia folk. We did it today because we had the blackout at church last night when were scheduled to get it done.

In the afternoon there was an unofficial football game scheduled at 2 for whoever wanted to play. Only four other people besides me showed up. We just tossed the football around for a while before calling it quits.

At 7:30 I went to the dairy fields to warm up with our IM football team. Our game was at 9 against the number 2 seed (we’re 7 out of 8). Our opponent didn’t have a single point scored on them during the regular season. We ended up winning two touchdowns to zero. It was a pretty awesome game, and quite a few people came out to watch.

Our next playoff game (semifinals) is next monday at 7.