Yesterday, I spoke at the local Methodist churches. Their pastor had an out-of-state funeral to attend, so I was asked to fill in. The first service was in a town 11 miles away, and then the second service was in our town. They also requested that I do the music as well. Since their piano player was going to be gone, I decided to bring part of our praise team & band. Shan played guitar, Joel played his cajon, our keyboard player joined in, and one of the other singers and I completed the group. I did not play my bass guitar as my left hand is erm, um, sprained… yeah that’s it. It can’t be arthritis – I’m much too young. 😉 As the chairman of the service was introducing us, he gave us a name. He introduced us as “Pastor Andi and her posse.” I about fell out of my chair. 😀
After that service was over, I needed to drop my keyboard-playing posse member off at our church (I got her there about 5 minutes before service started. I think Tim was getting a bit nervous), and the rest of us went on to the other Methodist church for the second service. I am so thankful and blessed to work with such talented, flexible, funny, and helpful people. Oh, and I don’t think of them as my posse. We’re all a part of God’s posse. 🙂
I’m also thankful that Officer Petty wasn’t patrolling between Culbertson and Trenton Sunday morning, as I had to kind of push it a bit to get our keyboard player back to our church on time.
On another note, our flowers are doing well.
I just love Impatiens!
I wish I would have gotten a picture of these opened up. They have a purple center.
I think my begonias are in need of some water. they are much more beautiful in person than in this picture.
I have many more flowers to plant, but not enough dirt at this point. Hopefully, I will be able to get some soon.