Sunday, February 11, 2007

Contrast between young and old


You noticed I changed the template to my blog. I really didn't like the other template it was too bold and harsh. I like this one better. Hope you like it better too.

Today we had a former Pastor come and preach. Pastor Williamson is 93 years old and still going failry strong. We had sort of a tribute to him as they brought out old documents from the very early days as he was the Pastor that really got the church going. He left in 1966 I was a child but still it was great to see him again. As him and our Pastor now walked down the aisle together at beginning of church service you could see the contrast. Pastor Shane age 30, young and future of our church Pastor Williamson, old and part of the past history of our church. Pastor Williamson kept right up with Pastor Shane even managing the steps to the platform fairly well. Boy he brought back so many memories.

As I promised yesterday here is my start on my kitten project. It's really detailed so was very slow going. It is going better now though.

Welll until next time Happy Stitching!

7 comments:

Jenn said...

your kitten looks so cute. I can't wait to watch this one come to life.

stitcherw said...

That's wonderful that your older pastor was able to come and spend the service with you, the blending of the past and future must have been interesting.

The kitten looks cute already, what pattern are you doing him for?
Sue

Von said...

I think it's a good thing for us all to remember and celebrate those who have given so much of their lives to serve God and others, from the past as well as the present. :D

Heidi said...

How nice to see your old pastor again.

I like how your kitty is coming out. :o)

Pumpkin said...

I love your new Blog look Barb :o) Very soothing!

Your cat is coming along very nicely and quick!

Mary Ann said...

I love the new blog look!! And, the kitten is looking cute! I look forward to watching this one take shape.

Sara said...

Love your new look!

And your kitty is coming along nicely too, you really are a quick stitcher!