The lesson stuck until lunch

This morning, we talked about taming the tongue from James chapter 3. After reigning them in several times, we had a good discussion and sang an appropriately themed song.

They did the chorus right the time before I did the video, but I was so very proud of how well they caught on and how they were actually singing loudly. I'm not a very good videographer in the round though.

For someone, who shall remain nameless, but you all know through my blog, she did well with what she learned in class until she started giving someone (thankfully not me) lots of grief at lunch. You never know what might come out of her mouth. As I have stated before, I'm not a very good teacher. She really was being funny in her teasing and wasn't actually being mean. You kind of had to be there, but she is something else.

My parents, Brian, Paige, Peyton, and the Watsons (that makes 9 of us) had Easter lunch at my parents' house. I prepped pork ribs that Mom put in the oven right before church time. With an extra song and a longer than usual closing prayer, I just knew the house would be smoked up and my ribs would be burned to a crisp. It wasn't the extra 10 minutes as such, but the fact that I wasn't there to check them. However, they were fall off the bone perfect.

The colored deviled eggs (see last night's post) were great as was everything else. We stuffed ourselves putting to shame all the restaurants we usually frequent on Sundays. However, I've probably proven my culinary chops for a while.