November 29, 2005 @ 3:43 pm by sean
The ball pit is gone now.
But let us never forget that day in Judson history, one of the grandest of them all.
And let us not forget Ms. Natalie Senatore, without whom we would have not only no ball pit, but none of the other JSO activities. For those that came before, and those that come after, I have pity for you. You will never know how fun Judson can be. And for those not friends with her, for shame. Your missing out on one of the best people Judson has ever had.
Is it worth it to complain about something that won’t change and is exactly the way God intended it to be?
Just enjoy this amazing weather. God created this beautiful cold and this wonderful snow and the fascinating process of death to support new life.
Does ‘mix your milk wit my cocoa puffs, milky milky cocoa puffs’ mean something that I’m completely oblivious to?
The analogy that Christ takes away our sin leaving us as white as snow isn’t that accurate. Mostly because snow melts and the ugliness is revealed as still being there all along. A dirty porcelain toilet is more appopriate. It’s the nastiest of nasty that Christ comes and wipes clean revealing a beautiful, shinning white as it was originally meant to be. Nothing covered, nothing hidden underneath. Just perfectly clean white. Then it gets dirty again when we expel our sin on to it again.