There was a bit of a rumor going around about the rapture going to happen, and the end of the world, I made plans anyways. I'm not letting a crackpot with proven inaccuracy ruin a perfectly good weekend for me. It seems that everyone was in a jovial mood about the whole affair, it's sad because one day it will happen, but who will take it seriously when it does? I'm not going to try and tell you what to believe, or how to live your life, but when you figure out what you believe you should live it. I believe that when the Bible says we will not know the time or the hour, we won't know, not for certain. That being said, we should live everyday like it is our last, but plan for a very long future. Having lost my mom, when she was so young, made me remember to enjoy every moment. We should be quick to love, laugh, and forgive. Life is short, even if we live over 100 years, in the grand scheme of things, that is nothing. So, live for the moment, enjoy every breath you take.
Saturday I went for a bit of an adventure, family time can happen like that. Waking up is not my favorite thing to do, but it was so worth all the fun of today's events. I was able to watch my little niece dance in her first competitive performance, they won first place. It does help when you are the only one in your category. This first performance had the largest group of girls in the performance.
|First performance of the day (song: A Whole New World)|
|Second performance (same song, different stage)|
|Third Performance (same song, same stage)|
After all of that we were all tuckered out, and my little niece fell asleep the minute the car starting driving home.
Grilled chicken breast