We Still Call It
We still call it Pageant Sunday even though Hill Cumorah Pageant ended last night. With the large number of visitors the choir sings hymns of the restoration and it is well attended.
Talise met Sister Ferreira who served here. She actually spoke Portuguese to her! I think I was more excited about the two of them meeting than they were, but that’s okay. At least they got to meet each other.
After church I headed off for a quick nap, and after my nap it was off to Geneva for me to register for my workshop. All this week I’m taking a workshop out at William and Hobart Smith Colleges with Michael Barton.
I’m back from registration. We had a cafeteria-style dinner and an instructor orientation. Michael is a character, but I’ve known that ever since I met him about 7 years ago (or however long ago that was). I think we’re in for an entertaining week. And, since Michael is darn smart, some of it better rub off.
He’s got all of these 110v electrical cords with brass light sockets on the end and E27 bulbs screwed in to them. I’ve seen him demonstrate this at an affiliate meeting, but it will be fun to see what we are going to do all week with them.
As he handed me one, he exclaims, “Don’t touch the metal!”