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What's on my kidmin to do list this week? April 2, 2017

I've cleared my calendar this week because....drumroll... I get to have my grandkids for 3 days! This is my first kidmin priority and I'm so excited.  They live out of state and I only get to see them a couple of times a year and I've never gotten to have them on my own. It's a Grammy's dream come true.

So here's the plan for the week:

Sunday - church, we don't have children's worship the first Sunday of the month we all meet together. I'm doing a skit with my dragon costume and we are going to sing our memory verse song on stage.

Monday - take grandkids shopping and for bluebonnet pictures, I will miss a meeting tonight but the grands come first!

Tuesday - play time with the grands

Wednesday - more play time and PowerSource in the evening. We are teaching on the Lord's Supper and the whole Easter story this month. I teach the Bible story portion and plan on doing a little reenactment of the Lord's supper with the middle group. I'm excited!

Thursday - take the grands back to mom and then head to work.

Friday - I may work in the office but also on VBS stuff, I also have some decorations to make for the children's worship area. I will blog about that soon. I would like to show how I plan and execute simple decorations.

Saturday - recuperate and prepare for Sunday


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