What’s going on over there?

I was at at church on a Wednesday evening, sitting in my ladies’ Bible study group. On the other side of the wall, the kids were playing games. We could hear them laughing and and jumping, and occasionally yelling.

We made a few little jokes about how it sounded like fun over there. When we heard something (or someone) hitting the shared wall, I mentioned that I hoped one of the kids didn’t come crashing through like the Kool Aid Man.

At one point, my group was sitting in silent prayer, and I could clearly hear a teacher’s voice next door, calling out the names of my twins.

Specifically yelling their names. 

Little Boy and Little Girl!

LITTLE BOY AND LITTLE GIRL!

LITTLE BOY AND LITTLE GIRL!

LITTLE BOY AND LITTLE GIRL!

Like, he seriously said just their two names four times. Including the “and,” that’s seven syllables.

I was thinking, “My kids are in some serious trouble.”

But the good thing was, since we are new to the church, none of the ladies in my study knew that it was MY kids getting called out.

So there’s that…

, and when I asked the twins about it later, they insisted that they were NOT in fact in trouble. On no. The games teacher was just “cheering them on” in a race.

Well… maybe…

6 thoughts on “What’s going on over there?

    1. It seemed like that door was locked for an hour, but it was probably more like five minutes. And why did a closet door have a lock on it anyway? I’m sure there’s a lesson to be learned from that experience, but it eludes me at the moment.

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  1. I needed to thank you for this fantastic read!! I absolutely enjoyed every little bit of it. I have got you bookmarked to look at new things you post…

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