02 April 2006

For No Good Reason

We brought the left-over food from Jer's Eagle project for the Awana kids tonight and called it a "for no good reason party." It was fun. After eating, I played volleyball with a bunch of my girls and Trevor (one of Jason's younger brothers). Once again, I was hit in the head - twice. I was hit last week too. I sense a conspiracy. *chuckle* If the kids keep this up, I'll be cross-eyed and drooling in a few months.

As usual, I served as monitor during the lesson. I can't believe how short their attention spans are (especially when they're sitting next to a member of the opposite gender). All I had to do was look at them and they were immediately behaved. We leaders are thinking of separating the boys and girls next year. They might actually learn something. I just can't understand, because I hated boys when I was their age (with an exception or two). It's a good thing every female isn't like me.


At 03 April, 2006 05:58, Blogger Palm boy said...


The girls just find a way to be next to their crushes. The guys don't care.

At 03 April, 2006 06:05, Blogger Carey said...

*chuckles* Yeah, but the guys are equally distracted. I've actually had to dictate a "no holding hands" rule - as well as the "pull your pants up" rule.

I actually scared a 16-year-old boy when I threatened to tie a garbage bag around his waist if he didn't pull his briches up. I told the kids "I don't want to be able to tell you what color your underwear is."

At 03 April, 2006 11:35, Blogger Rose~ said...

I have often had that thought: "It is a good thing every female isn't like me."

At 03 April, 2006 11:46, Blogger TheEarthCanBeMoved said...

That's just us.
We were different from all the other guys.

At 03 April, 2006 13:27, Blogger Carey said...

Yeah, you heart-breakers.

At 03 April, 2006 15:26, Blogger Redeemed said...

I love left-over food!

At 03 April, 2006 15:40, Blogger Redeemed said...

Come to think of it, I'm having supper in a few, and it's left-over from last night.

At 03 April, 2006 16:03, Blogger Palm boy said...

Yup. Earthy and I, brothers in heart breaking. *rolls eyes*

What age are the people your talking about? I thought you meant like 8 year olds.

At 03 April, 2006 17:07, Blogger Carey said...

Nooo... my 'kids' are junior high and high school.

At 04 April, 2006 04:39, Blogger Carey said...

And I know for a fact that Jason noticed girls in high school, so he can't say anything.

At 04 April, 2006 09:16, Blogger TheEarthCanBeMoved said...

Yes there were a few I noticed.
But I wasn't like that.

At 04 April, 2006 13:36, Blogger Carey said...

HA! I wonder if they were they were the ones I thought you noticed... *evil grin*


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