Every Sunday morning, after my habitual breakfast, of course, I start to pick through the clothes in my closet to find the outfit that will fit the part for whatever role I choose to fulfill on any particular Sunday, whether that be a junior church instructor, the head of the nursery staff, or a member of the congregation. Then I start to put on my make up that is subtle so I look as the delightful teacher, worker, or participant that I am. Once I look proper, along with parents and sister we head out of the house and are on our way to church.
Once we get to church and greet our companions who are present we must head to our appropriate Sunday school classes. In these classes...
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...re ourselves to take in more time of knowledge and fellowship. During these services we listen and take in the information that should guide the rest of our week. Once the pastors finish the messages that they have prepared for us every one chatters and slowly makes their way to their cars. Once I reunite with my parents and sister we drive home and end our traditions for the day.
My family has very specific traditions and while some see the weekend as a time to rest, we see it as a time of fellowship. We disregard the accepted weekend schedule of relaxing or working, by instead spending time with people and connecting with them. These connections allow us to become close with family and also other people who we rarely get to see. I am proud to have the personal relationship through being involved in the traditions that my family has formed throughout my life time.
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