Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Back from Vacation!

Well I have had a GREAT time! The Home School Conference was great! The hotel had an awesome swimming pool, we went lots of times to the pool. What is amazing is that nobody was there.:) We had a great always.
The HSC lasted three days. There were great speakers, and heart to heart speeches.

After that we went to Scott Brown's Farm for the Memorial Day picnic. We arrived in Wake Forest on Saturday, and stayed there 'till Monday. We went to Mr Brown's church and he gave a great sermon. Then Monday was awesome! As I was walking to and fro, there was a boy there named Steve. He and some of his friends were selling soft drinks. Then I thought, "why don't I ask him if I can work for him today?" So I came over and asked him if I could help, and he said yes.:D For some reason that made my day gre
at. I enjoy just handing out drinks, taking in the bucks,and putting it into the box. And I hope that next year I can work for him again. Thanks a lot Steve!:) But in the middle of the day rain started to pour down. my friends and I ran under the table...and still got really wet. But other than that the Memorial Day picnic was a God honoring day. Mr Phillips and some of his family were there, along with some World War II veterans, and a police officer from Raleigh was also there with his police dog; a German Shepard. He showed us specialties of the police dogs. Oh, and to the right are Steve and his little brother, and one of his friends. And also I got to see some of my other friends, Silas, the tall one, and his brother John Luke. And I also had my picture taken with Joshua Phillips.

All in all I had a great time!!! :D

Well I must be going.
And it's good to be back to the blogger world.:)

God be with you
Nathaniel Wallis PFC


Stephen Breagy said...

It was very fun selling drinks with you, Nathaniel! Thanks! If you come next year, you can sell them with me again!

Your faithful reader,

Nathaniel Wallis PFC said...

Thanks Stephen.:)
I look forward to next year.:)

God be with you.
Nathaniel Wallis PFC