Palm Sunday

Today was such a long day.  It was a good day, however.  It’s Palm Sunday.  And here is how my day looked.

8am – Wake up
9pm – Get to church to turn everything on, prepare the mics, and get the last minute details finished for Palm Sunday Service.
10am – 11:30am – Special Palm Sunday service… concert of worship, drama, teaching, etc.
11:30am – 12:30pm – Reset stage for The Connexion (young adults service) and make adjustments to equipment.  Try to sit down for 10 minutes in an attempt to “relax.”
12:30pm – 1:30pm – The Connexion, running the projection while simultaneously rehearsing my own teaching for later that day.
2pm – 3pm – The Sanctuary – Run sound for worship, do the actual teaching.
3pm – 4pm – Breakdown and cleanup.
4pm – 5pm – Play at Kean University featuring Cathy.
5pm – 6:30pm – Inhale Chinese food and go over notes with Carlos for impending meeting.
6:45pm – 8:15pm – Meeting.
8:15pm – 8:30pm – Drive Elias home.
8:30pm – 9pm – Drive to Linden for 2nd meeting to find that 2nd meeting is cancelled.  Return home instead.
9pm – present – Lay on my bed… about to crash.

Like I said, long day.  But it was a good day.  The Palm Sunday service went well.  Sound and video and everything worked splendidly.  The teaching at Sanctuary went well I think.  I wasn’t really nervous at all.   We’ll see how the recording came out.  Cathy’s play was really good… about the Holocaust.  The Holocaust was a bad bad thing.  Meeting was good too.  Everything us just running together.  I think I’m going to be asleep whether I want to or not within the half-hour.

Peace be with you.

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