Let’s play Titanic!

This post really has nothing to do with the title but only two other people would get the inside joke from the title of this entry. Oh we will never forget… good times. I think He has now joined our lonerish sad but cool group!

Today was yet another beautiful day. I don’t understand Hong Kong weather, it’s always been this way, one day it can be gorgeous and the next it’s drizzling and raining. I guess that’s the beauty of Hong Kong.

I spent a little more than 6 hours at the Lower Primary and Upper Primary today helping out with the large ball skills clinic (little kids, R1-2nd grade), and coached, spent time and taught basketball to Middle schoolers. Honestly, I didn’t do much but it was a great feeling being able to teach some of the Middle schoolers and to see their enthusiasm.

I was walking from the Lower Primary to the Upper Primary today, and for those who have been there and know what I’m talking about, there is a little bridge built recently that connects the two divisions so the kids don’t have to cross the road. I crossed that bridge, and to my left was the playground. More like, the basketball court, tether ball, and four square playground.

So I was just slowly strolling through with my Ipod on playing some great chill songs. There was a little girl playing basketball. She was dressed like a basketball player, kind of like how I dress when I play basketball for those who know me. With a blue sky and white clouds, a little breeze, it was perfect. I stood there watching this little girl play, I don’t really know how to explain it but it was a strange feeling. It was perfect.

For some reason, it made me think of God and us. I don’t know if this is a good way to put it, but I felt like I was God in a way, and watching down on the little girl playing basketball. In her own little world, no worries for the moment. I had a picture that we were like that to God.  God is in Heaven watching over us. He is watching what we’re doing, smiling and so happy to see what we’re doing and to know that He has greatest some amazing unique people. It was a strange yet amazing feeling that left me smiling for the next few hours. In fact, even now when I am thinking about it.

Every thought of it that?

Have a good Sunday,
Joanne Lam

2 thoughts on “Let’s play Titanic!

  1. jon says:

    You seem quite awake at the end there…you’d have to change a bunch of words for it to make sense :p oh well, i guess you’re not used to all that basketball practice in one day anymore.

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