How to Drive a Convertible in the Rain…

There is nothing better than a nice Sunday afternoon drive in a convertible…in the rain. (My sister snapped these pictures from her car)

The best part was the looks from the other drivers, from bursting out laughing, to ignoring (not wanting to encourage me), to scowls. Now it wasn’t pouring, but it was sprinkling. Cool thing was, when the car was moving NO water got in the car due to aerodynamics of the wind flow over the car. At the one red light on the way to lunch, I shot up the umbrella. No, I don’t do this often, I put the top down at church as a joke, and then noticed that no rain got in the car while it was moving. So I left it down and headed to lunch with some church families.

Pay no attention to the arrow on the ground. It is only a suggestion.

Tuesday Evening Awana was SPY NITE!

I showed my spy gadget collection, told my stories of espionage over the course of my life (can’t post those on my blog, some of you don’t have clearance), and then gave the kids all a gadget for sharing the Gospel with their friends and trained them to us it.

The Junior Agents had a great time!

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Karl Bastian is the founder of Kidology.org, the creator of ToyboxTales.com, and the author of OrderoftheAncient.com. His personal website is Kidologist.com He is Big Kid with a passion for equipping and encouraging those who minister to children.

2 Comments:

  1. I don’t even want to know how cold it was when you did this.

  2. Your “arrow is only a suggestion” pic reminds me of an old joke:
    Officer: Hey buddy, the arrow means “one way”.
    Driver: But officer, I was only going one way.

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