I love sunday. I love seminary. I love my ward.
and I love my cute grandparents serving the lord in nauvoo.
the seminary centennial broadcast is sunday, january 22nd at the conference center.
I have been in seminary for 2 of those 100 years and it is the biggest blessing.
If you live locally, ask your bishop for tickets, he'll hook you up.
imagine how cool this is. one hundred years of seminary.
you can tell your kids you listened to Boyd K. Packer at the centennial.
this isn't to be missed.
my darling sister katherine is getting her patriarchal blessing as I type.
I am so proud of her. it's going to help her tons for the rest of her life.
I love and read mine often.
yesterday my ward went to the temple. it was my darling sister jane's first time.
she's a miamaid. I don't know how this was her first time.
it was enchanting. now that I have my license I decided I am going to
aim to go early once a week on tuesdays with my sisters.
I can't imagine a better way to start a day and a week.
I have an announcement that I have been suppressing.
remember this, and this from last year?
well. I am happy to announce that this cute family right here :
got accepted to be set apart as
missionaries and serve the lord
in nauvoo, illinois as a
performing family in the blue cast.
we're still working details. (this is big stuff.)
but I am really excited to perform and share the gospel.
I am working on personal progress, trying to get my medallion,
and finishing integrity today. while I was doing so I remembered to
look up the revised for the strength of youth pamphlet online at
lds.org/youth . you guys should really have a gander.
"Our standards have not changed,
but the times have changed."
- Elaine S. Dalton
it's fitted to address us and what we're going through.
the first presidency knows where it's at.
you should explore around the site too.
some really neat stuff.
I am really loving the gospel.
and I am eternally grateful to have it in my life.
and the ability to share how I feel about it