On a side note, this is my 100th post!!
The lesson in Relief Society was on "Facing Your Future with Faith". The teacher discussed how no matter what the situation is, we can do hard things because of the Atonement of Jesus Christ. The Atonement may not always make our burdens easier to bear, but it will make them possible to bear. I really liked that. There have been times in my life when my burdens have been made easy to bear, but I think more often, the Atonement has made it possible to bear those things that are not easy. It brought me comfort to think about that--the Lord knows what I need to go through and will make it possible to do so, even when/especially when it is not easy. What's that quote? I think it's pretty applicable here..."I never said it would be easy, only that it would be worth it."
Clinton got home early from his rotation today and was sitting next to me on the couch. I happened to yawn and he said, "Shhh! You're too noisy." What a punk! ;) I'm just glad I didn't sneeze! Who knows what he would have said!
Clinton wanted to watch a little TV before going to bed but I soon found him on the computer, so I turned down the TV so I could think to blog.
He: Hey, I was watching that.
Me: I just need it to be quiet for a second and you're not even watching it.
He: I like to have background noise.
Me: (noticing Peter drinking his water in the background) Well, just listen to Petey drinking.
He: Yes, he's a regular little babbling brook.
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