I was cracking up driving home from my sister's tonight. I was listening to the radio and the two radio guys were playing an alphabet game. The first guy had to start the first word he said, in a paragraph or comment, with the letter A. And then next guy had to start his first word with the letter B. And so on back and forth.
It was making me laugh when one of the guys couldn't think fast enough and said Dinosaur for the letter D. Which of course had nothing to do with the discussion they were having. They got through all the letters. But it was pretty funny. For the letter "O", one of the guys said, "Oh." I would think it would be hard to go back and forth with a normal discussion and trying to get in all the letters of the alphabet at the start of each of their comments.
So for YW last night, the girls made these blocks. (My secretary made these as an example.) Pretty cute. Or spooky...
My counselors both had their birthdays in this last week...So here is my 2nd counselor Renee. And here is my 1st counselor Chris. Didn't have a clear photo to draw from for Chris so I simplified and it was a little more cartoony. We surprised them after the holiday blocks activity and sang happy birthday to them. And I bought muffins at Costco for everyone to have. It was a good night.
I am grateful for MANY blessings in my life. And that in the last month I have been reminded that we need to rely on our Heavenly Father because he knows what is best and what the plan is for each person on this earth. No one else can determine this for us.
Just a reminder to be grateful for those loved ones in your lives.
So sorry for the Jobs family. isad.
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” Steve Jobs