I'll be working on putting some pumpkins and fall decor out this week and of course heading to Michaels craft store to get my favorite pumpkin scented room spray - even though it is probably poisoning us, at least my house will smell amazing.
And since it's the 1st day of the month and I'm trying hard to be a good little blogger, I've set a goal to blog every day for the whole month. Yikes. Which means I've got to come up with some interesting stuff to write about.
Today, I can write about primary.
Two of my little students, which happen to be my nephew and my own child.
Today in primary we talked about how we can serve others. And I'll be honest: I didn't prepare the lesson this week, like I should have. I briefly looked at it last night and gathered together the stuff i needed to teach & the stuff for the kids (scriptures, paper, crayons, ect) but I prayed about it this morning and asked the spirit to guide.
And you guys, the stuff that came out of my mouth wasn't even from my own thoughts. It all came together so perfectly and the kids were taught a great lesson. Not from myself, but from The Lord and that was pretty darn amazing. And then my Jackson, who was miming "clothing the naked" in a charades game in front of the class looked at me with a look of terror and asked, "do I have to take off my shirt?!" And everyone died laughing. I remember thinking that stuff was funny as a kid, too.
Oh, these primary kids are just so sweet, even mine, who are those boys that get in trouble every week. I am so happy I get to teach them (mostly be taught by them, actually) each Sunday.
Come back tomorrow to learn a disturbing story about the weirdest fetish ever. (Don't worry - its not inappropriate. It's about crocs, like, the shoes.)