For the dinner I made orange chicken (it turned out to be one of the most popular foods that evening--I was kinda surprised) and there were a TON of other dishes from Hungary, Sudan, Japan, Thailand...the list goes on. Suffice to say there was a LOT of food and lots that I had never heard of before.
(This morning we had another set of missionaries from India, and one of them was trying to get me to go into the missionary field. Let's just say that while I have a great deal of respect for the people who DO go into that field, I'm not sure if I'm meant for that line of work. I dunno, I was thinking about it after church and decided to throw my half-formed train of thought up here.)
(Pastor Chris? If you're reading this I'm just kidding on that last bit. He's too short to clothesline anyway.)
(I'M JOKING, OKAY??)
Right. On to other things.
Incidentally, Will got first in the competition in a room of 27 people. This, my dear anonymous blog friends, is very good.
He also got the lead in the school play of 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers'. (Have I mentioned this already? If so, I apologize.)
(I watched 'Seven Brides' last night, by the by. It's just as corny as I remember. *shudder*)
In closing, last evening was very enjoyable. I didn't eat much due to the aforementioned munching earlier in the day, but I got to talk with friends, take pictures, and generally act like a goofball. XD