It was my job to teach the lesson today in Nursery. Well, since I was on vacation, and then this whole house thing happened, I didn't really prepare my lesson. So, last night (almost midnight), as I am on the phone Senta (who happens to be the Primary President of our ward) we were looking up the lesson. She starts laughing, and betting that it is lesson #31. I flip through, find out that it is in fact the right lesson, and go into fits of giggles myself. The lesson?
"I am thankful for my home"
It think that God is trying to tell me something! And, he put it into a format a 2 year old can understand! Wonderful! ha ha
Senta has requested that it be known that she offered to do the lesson for me out of love and devotion, but I did make it through. I didn't make any rude comments about lenders, or cardboard boxes. (well, I did make one comment about living in a box, but nothing the kids could hear...)
An LDS Dictionary of sorts, for those who have no idea what I am talking about.
Nursery: The class for children 18 months to 3 years.
Primary: The name for the children's organization in the church. This includes all children from 18 months to 12 years. (That means Senta is my "boss" and that is why it is not good to let her know I hadn't done my lesson! Ha)
Ward: Our congregation. We split different districts into Wards, so ours is the Westland Ward.
A link to the Lesson, if you are interested in seeing what I endured! :)