It's like Batman says: "You can think I'm stupid, but don't talk to me like I'm stupid." Wow, that was back in "Batman: The Animated Series." I don't even remember what episode or who he was talking to. At any rate, it's kind of ironic to me that people who seem to others to be such upstanding members of the church can talk to people like they're garbage like that. They might not even realize they're doing it, so that makes me worry about myself. Memo to me: be careful how you talk to people.
And then there were very few people at choir practice today, so they sent out the most outgoing guy and the most outgoing girl to recruit people, and both of them saw us. It didn't help that our ride home was already at choir practice. Actually, when I went in, I noticed that the girl in question wasn't there, and neither was the other guy who bugged us when we were in choir before, so I was almost willing to sit down. But then the girl in question walked into the room, so I left again. But they caught us and brought us back, and I couldn't very well say, "I would join you but she's here." So I prepared to stand up for myself if I needed to, and there we were at choir practice. Fortunately, she was at the piano, and probably too busy focusing on getting the piano part right to notice the rest of us. Either that, or someone talked to her during the time we stopped going to choir. Or she just decided to stop being mean. Either way, choir practice went by without any problems.
And today I'm thankful for having orange juice, nice people checking up on us, the idea that we'll be able to get more food whether we get a check tomorrow or not, people showing an interest in our lives, and people wanting us to be at choir practice.