Monday, September 22, 2008


It isn't everyday that you witness a miracle. This past Saturday we had a work day to get our newest church building ready. It was a wonderful day and over the last week I've witnessed countless volunteers help: assemble 29 new baby beds, install countless toilet paper/paper towel holders, install 28 Dustbusters, install 28 under cabinet CD players, assemble many rooms full of baby bear tables/chairs/little kitchens/shelves, 12 glider rockers, 2 high chair tables, move lots of heavy furniture that was in storage, and the list goes on and on. It was awesome to see everyone come together to git'er done. But that was not the miracle...

This was.

Yes, that's our pastor moving a shelf. Please notice that I said a. shelf. Like as in "one" shelf.

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Four Better or Worse!?!?! said...

That was posed wasn't it? :-)

Alicia (dna) said...

Oh my, oh my. How secure is your job?

I think it's pretty secure!

You are awesome Big Nanny!!!

Melissa Lee said...

You know he was just holding it until Duane Murray could get there and take it off his hands.

Girlie man.


Teresa said...

There must have been some sort of competition or double-dog dare involved. And I'm sure it was no accident that he offered to help when he realized you were blogging about it. He obviously doesn't realize what a cold, cruel world it is in here.

carsholtz said...

Who offered to buy his lunch for that????

There just HAS to be a back story on this picture!


Wags said...

Oh Nanny, that was brutal... ha ha

Gotta love him though, huh?!?

Sarah Brooks said...

Wow! That is a lot of helpers. Did y'all bribe them? How did you get that many people to volunteer for something... for church?

Fellow pk - loved looking around your blog.

Tammy said...

Awwww, poor guy. Doesn't serving the Lord in the pulpit eliminate him from having to move large heavy objects.