I had a really geriatric weekend. :) I got a tiny bit of housework done and I did cook once (Baked Potato Soup--Mandy's recipe). I should have gotten more done considering I took off work on Friday, but whatever. Life goes on.
I actually visited a different church on Sunday which was a little scary (not the church, just change). I made it through unscathed though. I haven't completely decided if I'm leaving my current church (for the most part I love it!), but I really feel like I need more of a "community" here, and that's currently not available at my church. I have an appointment to talk to my music minister tomorrow, so we'll see how that goes. Music ministry is what I've been most involved with, so I didn't want to just suddenly drop out without talking to him about what's going on with me and making sure he realizes that I'm not absent because I'm mad about something. Plus I hope that maybe what I have to say will help out the other singles in the church in some way. I just hope I don't turn into some kind of blathering idiot b/c this is a very emotional decision for me.
The church I visited yesterday had a nice group of people "like me" and the Sunday school teachers were enthusiastic and refreshing. The actual service was kind of...Baptist (LOL), a little more traditional than what I've become accustomed to, but not so much that it was boring. I guess it was more like what I grew up with + maybe a little more spunk. It wasn't bad though. The preacher talked about Mercy (not my dog) which was a good lesson. All in all I really liked it.
Here's something weird--the Sunday school class had probably 15 people in it. Two of those 15 were people I went to OBU with. Isn't that odd? One graduated in 2000 and one graduated in 1999, so it was people I actually recognized and had mutual friends with.