Tuesday, January 20, 2009

If I were Perfect, I'd be Translated, OKAY?!


I can't stop giggling!

It's because Shelle over at Blok Thoughts mentioned me in her post today!


(I obviously love attention, but thought I'd point it out for you in case you didn't realize it.)

So, tonight is our Young Women's activity and for some reason my girls (who are in "charge" tonight--charge is in quotations, because we all know I'm in charge. I have to do all the work, they just pick the idea. Moving on.) decided they wanted to play in the snow. And for an even odder reason I said YES. (odder, heh. Thats funny.) WHAT WAS I THINKING?! Its freakin' cold outside, like 10 degrees, dude! I don't know if we can even do anything in the "snow" because its all frozen solid! Dang the cold. Dang my push-overness. Dang. Dang. Dang.

I think I have a plan though. They wanted to do a "Winter Olympics" type of activity. So what we'll do is: take some cardboard, see, and build a snow fort with it, then cover it with snow, are you seeing it, sit inside it, build a fire, and keep warm! I suppose we could just stay inside though...

Now for those of you who are wondering things like:

What does that have to do with Personal Progress?
Isn't there some sort of theme or something they're supposed to go by?
What is the point of that activity?

I say:
Do YOU want to be in my calling?! Work out the details on your own time! Judging is bad! Stop that! We have callings to GROW, if I were already perfect I'd be translated!!

Hey, just kidding guys. Just kidding! I actually have a fantastic activity worked out, I just wouldn't want to spill it on here for people to STEAL. Because I know for a FACT that there are people out there just waiting to snatch up my fabulous ideas...

So anyway, wish me luck that I don't lose a toe or something huh?

Thanks! :)


  1. You're brave, brave, brave. That's why I'm in Primary and not Young Women's. :)
    Popped over from Mormon Mommy Blogs

  2. Way to go Sister Eskimo -----carry on with this wonderful Snow adventure in freezer land. Don't worry about the toe --you have 9 others (sheeesh) If you would have let me know, I would have sent you some of my drift wood to smoke in the hut with the girls. They'd love that. (and I wonder why I wasn't 2nd counselor to young womens longer then I was)

  3. The only thought I had, not living in snow country, and all, is--won't that start a fire? Or cause noxious gases? But, hey, I know you're kidding, plus, way smarter than me about all things snow so I'll just shut up. Hope you are getting lots of traffic from Shelle's mention! Woo hoo! I need to do that one of these times . . .


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