There were no cookies ready so Santa got cinnamon rolls.
What Santa left behind (the reindeer nibbled the carrot):
The mode of entry
PS Please don't reply with a comment on the advisability of telling kids about Santa. I know the arguments and probably wouldn't tell my kids (if I have kids someday), but that is all beside the point here. My brother-in-law "does" Santa with his kids, so I help them out.
is here. I'm not complaining mind you, just making an observation. I'm really enjoying working the Creation Museum's Christmas program. It makes for some long days, but they are fun ones! I'm sure that tonight will be no exception. Right now I just have to convince myself to get out of bed... ;-)
Several programs (and documentation) on my iPhone tell me that I can only download files over ten megs if the phone is connected to a wi-fi network. Apparently my Bible program can get around that in the way it downloads things.
It has been a long few days, but well worth it. The Creation Museum's Christmas Program has weathered its first weekend and while there are kinks to iron out it is going smoothly overall. We had a great turn out tonight and expect the next few weekends to be busier, especially the week after Christmas. I've been putting in some long hours, but I'm off tomorrow so I'm expecting to get some relaxing in after church.
I would type more, but I want to get in some of that relaxing tonight before I sleep.
I am reading a book. Yes, I know that is a shocking surprise, so perhaps I should clarify. I am actually in the middle of listening to an audio book, reading an e-book, and in the midst of at least two "ink and paper" volumes.
One of the "real" books is by one of my favourite authors. He tells an excellent story which I don't want to out down. Hovever, neither do I want it to end. This is the sixth and last book of the series.
PS I was going to post this shortly after midnight and then read a couple chapters. I fell asleep before that could happen however.
Recently the Creation Museum issued a press release about the upcoming Cristmas program. I had taken some pictures that were used on Ken Ham's blog and our Promotions manager asked me for some copies. One of them ended up in a column on USA Today. Look at the credit on the second picture. I thought it was pretty cool. :-)