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March 29, 2020

Sunday, March 29, 2020

Happy Sunday!

If I wasn't able to still go play for church, my days would all blend together. It's still weird not having praise team practice on Sunday evenings!

Anyway, it's been a mostly normal Sunday. I still got up at 5:00 so that I could enjoy a little bit of peace. After I had showered and had my breakfast I woke Matthew up. I got my computer all set up for Mike and Jacob so that they could watch church when it was time, and then Matthew and I headed to the church.

It is so weird just having the 3 of us, but I'm glad that we are still able to do it. I just feel for Pastor - singing 6 songs, covering Confession/Forgiveness, prayers, sermon and readings - and that's just for the Contemporary service. I hope that he rests his voice the rest of the week.

Once home I got my music ready for Palm Sunday. Another bummer - a Palm Sunday without communion and without the guys singing The King Is Coming. It is a song that won't work as a solo and it's one of those special songs.

Anyway, I had lunch and my afternoon has been fairly quiet. The boys have either been in their rooms or outside. I did finish a picture that I had started coloring yesterday and I've done two more today. I also did some reading. It's been nice.

1. Nutrition: okay - snacking is off though
2. Fitness: rest day
3. Personal: Read my Bible and devotional. Phone time was okay - I reached my game limit though.

Tomorrow - I need to mail our application for the Iowa State Fair, so Mike said that he'd do it for me after he gets off work. Saves me having to go out! I will clean the kitchen and tackle any laundry that might need to be done.
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    Glad worship went smoothly again today. Have a great Monday!
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