My teenage kids and their friends use a term — “suffering.” In teenage slang-speak, it means something is really unpleasant or tedious, as in “That homework was suffering.”
Usually I like working on stage designs, but I must say this one was “suffering.” You know it’s kind of bad when you’re working on a project and think, “Who came up with this dumb idea, anyway? Oh yeah. That would be me.”
Yes, it was a lot of work. However, the results were worth the labor!
We recently put up photo boards in our hallway as a vision-casting tool to encourage people to get involved. I wrote a post at the Visual Church Leader blog to explain the process.
Click here to read it.
Last Saturday was a special event! My husband got to be a speaker at a really fancy dinner at his work, William Jessup University. We had a pretty sharp-looking group accompanying us too!
Now that it is fall, it’s time for a new stage design! (We change out our designs quarterly.) Our last stage design was very geometric because we used lanterns. This time we went with something that was a big contrast to the previous design: soft fabric swooshes.
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