Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Senior High Retreat 2007

*Update*I took off the song...just in case it was driving any of you crazy! :)
Jon and I had a great time this weekend with our Senior Class and the rest of the youth group at the Fall Retreat. A lot of our adult friends were also there. I took several pictures, and a lot of them came out really good. I'm (hopefully) posting a slideshow of the pics...there are quite a few, so it might take a few minutes to get through them all. Anyways...If you watch, I hope you enjoy...I just wanted to get it up here so anyone who wanted to take a peek could...

9 comments:

laura said...

Thank you for sharing. I know May and Kayla had fun. Thanks for giving up your weekend. First pics I have seen and they are good.

Jamey said...

Wish I had put forth more effort to know our kids when we were there. Looks like you all had lots of fun! Everyone has grown up!

P.S. Did Thomas get in a fight?! His eye looks rough!

Sunny said...

Looks like everyone had a great time! I'm glad that you and Jon were able to go.

I love the pictures of the fall trees reflecting in the lake.

THE MORROW FAMILY said...

I was glad to see the pictures. Thanks for sharing. It was a good weekend. I'm glad we all got to go. We had fun hanging out with you and Jon some, too.

jon said...

Thomas says he got into a fight...He fell out the swing while trying to jump out of it...never even put his hands out...funniest thing I have seen in a long time

Corey & Alisha said...

Thanks for sharing this slide show! I am really sad I missed the retreat but, Corey & I are so thankful to have such GREAT huddle leaders to always be there for our kids. You make a difference every time you reach out to one of them. Thanks for loving our teens. You guys are awesome!

Anonymous said...

Can you tell me what song that is and who sings it? What a great slideshow and song!! God Bless!

Stacy said...

Hi Anonymous...I just found this song when I was trying to put the slideshow together. I used Slide.com, and the song is called These Friends of Mine by Rosie Thomas. I went to her website, and I think she's from Detroit...which is pretty cool, cuz I grew up 3 miles from Detroit!

Jennifer said...

WOW! A ton of pictures! Thank you for sharing since I was tending to the ill instead of being there. BTW-1st comment on a blog ever!