"Although globalization has been seen as the defining process of our time, we seem to be uneasy and confused about what kind of world we actually live in."-Carl W. Ernst

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Funday Sundays

I had a good weekend. Sam, Robyn and I watched "The Greatest." It's a really sad movie with Carey Mulligan (our new favorite female actress). The premise is how a family is grieving for their lost son and this girl shows up saying that she is pregnant with the dead boy's child. The movie was really intense and honestly got more and more sad as it went on. Alana walked in on us and saw us crying but didn't believe us. It was a total cryfest but a really good movie. (I love Carey Mulligan!)

Today we went to an Alliance church in Moose Jaw to watch our Briercrest college singers. They were really good. I miss being in an Alliance church. Afterwards, we were in downtown Moose Jaw and taking pictures of the general surroundings. Then this homeless man jumped out behind us demanding change. I got kind of scared because a) I didn't see him there and b) he looked intimidating. We walked a little farther down the street and as Alana was setting the timer on her camera, another homeless guy came up to us and mockingly said "You going to pray about Jesus?" or something along those lines. Anyways, we saw him all over town after that.

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