Imagine you’re playing a board game with your sister or brother and your parents. You’re doing pretty well and everyone is laughing and having fun.
Since I was five I have regularly attended the Christian Science Sunday School. I love the way Sunday School teachers help us to understand our relationship to God and to know God’s care for us.
It was the day before Christmas vacation! Yay! After the spelling test, our class was going to have a holiday party with treats, fun activities, and moms coming in to help. Then two weeks off from school! This had to be one of my favorite days of the year.
It was the dirtiest, skinniest, scaredest cat I’d ever seen. And what did I say when I first saw it? “Oh no! Not now!” I had rescued puppies and kittens before, but not now! Christmas was almost here, and I had way too much to do.
My fingernails looked awful! Biting them was a bad habit. Bad habits can be hard to break.
My dog, Echo, is black with a little white stripe down his nose and floppy ears. He has lots of energy and is always ready to play.
We were going on a canoeing and caving trip! I was excited for another fun activity at the summer camp for Christian Scientists where I was spending several weeks. For the trip, I wore a pair of thick blue jeans over my swim trunks.
In a cozy tank, in a sunny room, lives a fantail goldfish named Molly. Molly is a happy fish and likes to spend her days swimming and blowing bubbles.
This summer, I was at a camp for Christian Scientists, and my stomach started hurting. I told my counselor about it, and she prayed with me.
One morning, as the school day began, a new girl slipped into our classroom. Her name was Rosie, and she was tall, with olive skin and gray eyes.