Sunday, September 9, 2012

That's what I love about Sunday.

This morning, I had a lovely slice of banana bread, and got to work on my Primary lesson that I substitute taught today.

I know it sounds like procrastination, but I had the lesson outline, a pretty good idea of what I wanted to do, and I didn't have to teach it until 3:15pm today. Yeah, our church starts at 2 {and small classes start at about 3:15}. Yech. I'd rather have 8am church than 2pm church. But it's whatever.

{Ah, yes, I have a Great Gatsby tote to carry all of my Primary supplies. You are totes jelly, no?}

So, once I finished planning my lesson, I got ready for church.
This is my dashing young brother, Keaton. He will be on the dating market in a month, so ladies, create an orderly line.

When I got to church, I had to meet with a member of the bishopric, and he called me to be the permanent teacher of the Primary class I was substituting that day! So that's fun, I have my first legitimate calling! I teach the 9-10 year old girls, which includes my baby sister, Annie. I am pretty excited, I think it will be fun!

After church we went to our friends, the Plastows, house for dinner. It was their daughter Malia's 6ths birthday yesterday, so we got to come over to enjoy a bit of festivities with them. I love the Plastows. They are in the ward next to us, the one we just got split out of a couple of weeks ago {sniff, sniff}. They have 5 little girls, all between the ages of 7 months and 7 years! It is like a party over there. Here is a picture of their darling baby Becca. She has the prettiest baby face I've ever seen.
And yes, she always has her tongue barely sticking out like that. All the time. She is a precious doll. :)
So anyways, we played a game of {Mormon} Rook, had dinner, and enjoyed Sis. Plastow's incredible baking skills via double chocolate chip cupcakes and caramel apples. It was a fun time, and now I am home again. Hopefully tomorrow I will be able to get some studying done before I go to work at 4.
Before I leave you, let me give you a little thought.

And that's that! Too-da-loo!

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