I finally get to see part of my family tonight! Deborah and James come home tonight after their after-school program. I'm trying to decide what kind of special thing we can do while they're here. I'm sure even if it's just sitting together on the couch, doing homework and talking about the past few days, it will still be special.
In other news, I'm all about the new show Heroes on NBC. Jason kept telling me how he got sucked into it, so on Sunday night when they ran the first three episode (minus the pilot), I taped it and got caught up. Very interesting show. Not some of the best acting out there, but the plot is interesting enough to make up for it, at least IMO. I set the timer on my VCR (yeah, we still have one of those -- not up to DVR yet!) wrong last night, but I was able to watch the episode online today. Plus, you can download them from iTunes for $2/episode. Definitely worth checking out.
Today is my day off, and I'm trying to figure out what I want to do. I've done a little cleaning already (cleared out some old clothes that don't fit anyone and cleaned up the kitchen), but I'm thinking about heading up to Morgantown to do shopping this afternoon.
We ended up shifting our boom-chick Sunday back one week, because one of the main members of the congregation that I had in mind is actually going to be gone this week. Since the kids are still going to be up there, we decided to go a whole different way with it, and went a little more loud and beepy. So the set list for Sunday, Oct. 29 is now:
Here is our King -- DC*B (with full Reason loop)
Trading My Sorrows -- Darrell Evans
More Love, More Power -- Jude DelHierro (hip-hop version)
How Great is Our God -- Chris Tomlin
Worthy, You Are Worthy -- Matt Redman
We may add "You Are God Alone" to it -- I'm not sure. I need to time what we already have. The music has been running a little long lately, so we'll probably just stick with the above.
Okay, if I'm going to actually have time to go out and do some shopping, I probably need to get a little more done around the house. Off I go!