July 20, 2009

This and That

Monday morning. About to get to work to finish up a wedding edit today, hopefully anyway.

Jack goes to Camp Esperanza next Sunday, so I want to enjoy our week together before he is off to play at Camp John Mark. Camp Esperanza is a camp for kids that have had, or currently have cancer. It is a week of crazy fun. I love that he gets to go. Each summer he is given the gift to see that his facial paralysis from the treatment of his cancer is not that big of a deal. It has never bothered him, one reason being is that he see's kids that have lost limbs among many other side effects to the cancer or treatment, it is a place where they can all hang out and be kids together.

We have now seen Harry Potter 6 twice. The first being the 12:01 showing on opening night. We had a great time hanging out with all the other fans while waiting for the movie to start. The costumes were fun and it was a fun night for my kids. We went and saw it Saturday night, I actually saw the entire movie this time, not dosing off here and there like I did the first time. It was better the 2nd time I saw it.

I am going to start a 6 week countdown to my revamped photography website. I will be doing some giveaways through my Facebook fan page for Marcelain Photography each week. Click here if you want to sign up.

Reading....started the Mark of the Lion series by Francine Rivers. I do love the Redeeming Love novel, I am not as quite taken with this series, but will keep on reading. I am excited to do a book club at church again, this time our book will be, "Searching For God Knows What," by Donald Miller. Don't have a start date set on that yet, but will post when we do. I really haven't had a lot of time to read lately.

Some odds and ends but nothing major going on here, working a lot!


Wife of Rob said...

My hat's off to you for just being able to say that you were even able to GO to a movie at midnight! Rob would have to put me in a wheelbarrow at that hour and push me in ;o)

Hope he has an unbelievable time at camp...that is wonderful!