Our ward had the Primary Program during Sacrament Meeting today. If you've never seen one of these, you have truly missed out. It's a chance for all of the three- to 11-year-old kids to share special scriptures or talks and to sing primary songs for the whole congregation. Not only is it a treat to watch all of their smiling faces and adorable waves to their parents, it is so fun to see the adoring looks on all of the parents' faces.
What a wonderful, uplifting experience it was to hear the sweet and simple testimonies of these little children!
I have a bit of a confession to make. Last night while Clinton was on call I needed a little something to do to pass the time, so I called my sister-in-law and asked if I'd be too scared to watch the TV series, The Walking Dead. She said, "It's pretty graphic I guess, but you eventually become desensitized to it." Naturally, I thought "OK, sign me up!"
4 episodes and 4 hours later, I decided I should probably get to bed.
All I dreamt about last night was zombies. Nothing really scary or anything, but I couldn't stop thinking about it. I woke up and wanted to watch more but I wanted to also keep the Sabbath Day a little more holy than human-eating zombies and zombie slayers could offer. I am proud to say I resisted!
I guess the wait will make tomorrow's episodes all the more exciting!
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