'Sup guys, it's me, Messiah. This week has been a real mothers week. Our church here put activities on Facebook for the kids to do with their mother. They said that at the end of the week, there would be a winner. As y'all know, I'm very competitive, so Guenther and I did every single activity that there was. We won 2nd place!!! The activities were very fun. They included the following: cooking for your mom (I made her pizza), taking a picture ready for Wednesday night church, taking a selfie with your mom in the same colored shirt, doing your moms favorite activity (swimming) and so much more. Our church here has really done a great job at keeping the people connected and not getting bored. With this being said, it was a whole mothers week, and I actually enjoyed it because I spent a lot of time with my mom.
These are a few pictures of the things that we have done with mom this week.
Let me tell you, making pizza is not easy, but I now have the hang of it.
This week was also great because we got to play a lot of soccer, and basketball. I'm really glad that were here because I have room to run around and play.
I forgot to tell y'all, but we have a lot of nature on our property. Last week, I caught a frog, because I love catching them, and he was pretty big. Well, when I grabbed him, he seemed fine, but when I brought him into the light for my parents to see, he peed on me. I know... I got urinated on by a frog. It was a crazy time because I wasn't expecting It.
NOW FOR THE SONG OF THE WEEK: Remember to comment on it and tell me what you think of it.
This week, the song is "Here's to the One" by Hillsong United. https://youtu.be/i_IyWpH_SFc
The reason I say this song is because everything we have and everything on earth is because of God. This is a more peppy, thankful, and worship song that focuses on giving everything we've got to the one who made everything. There's a part in the song that says "Jesus here's to your name over everything". It's trying to tell the audience that the name of Jesus should be exalted over everything.
Thanks for reading my blog, and I'll talk to y'all next week.