build positive community, and
prepare for personal missions."
Not bad for our first try.
On Wednesday the 18th, I took the kids to the State Capital. I wanted to have Eli assist with a flag ceremony at a rally for Cherilyn Eagar who wants to run against Bennett for the Senate race in 2010. I've never been to such an event. The Capital is lovely. The kids liked the experience as well. Except it was too long. Eli called the Scouts (our friends from GRAPES) forward with the flags and lead in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Yesterday, all three kids passed their karate test and earned their yellow belt. Each was responsible to buy a belt if they so wanted. This concluded our first semester with Keystone. We will have to decided what to do for January.
Today Eli and Gove left for an over night scout camp out somewhere west of here.