wow...this has been a whirlwind of a week. Last Saturday Brother Windhorst called to set up an appointment. He came over and talked with Jeff and me. I am now called to be the 1st Counselor in the East Stake Primary Presidency. (y'know...I'm so tired I think I'll blog later. ) I'm really happy to be serving again!
Tomorrow is a Spring Clean-up @ Farrer. I need sleep. g'night.
oh yeah, Some of the "5 Brown's" moved in next door....cool cars---a green mini Cooper, and a white BMW convertible.
I was able to meet with the Bonneville Stake's New Primary President. She will be FANTASTIC!!! It's been a little sad (ok MORE than a little) leaving this calling, probably because it has been such a fun calling. The ladies I've worked with are so inspiring!!! I'll miss the times we've had serving together for a greater cause. I'm less sad because I know the ladies who are called to serve now will do a fabulous job. All Kanani, Lisa, Margaret & I worked for will go on and become even better!!! I am so thankful that I've been able to serve as an instrument in the Lord's hands. I pray that I'll be able to serve more and more--wherever the Lord can use me. I truly mean that!!!! :o)
Less than 6 hours of sleep and more than 9 puts you at high risk for obesity. So THAT's it!!! I must sleep too long--NOT!!! I realize that having my children spread over the ages...(preschool to college) is detrimental to my health, but what are you going to do? Have lots of naps? That sounds good!!!! I Love our babies...(once my baby, always my baby...) but I guess I shouldn't be SO attached to the baby fat. For goodness sakes our babiest baby is 5. I've got to get rid of the extra chub!!!
On another lack of sleep issue: Tomorrow is the school carnival. It's supposed to rain. I'd like to get a couple of 9-hour chunks of sleep and miss the entire event (could that make me lose weight?). I'm afraid it won't be that easy. I'm the PTA President and I can't just hide for this. I'm so glad there are lots of wonderful people helping with it.
Today I open the computer class doors (Waterford will be there for "end of year" testing the children.) Lila has an appointment for a check-up on her 1-week-ago-broken-foot. I need to take soup to the Middle School for the Teacher Appreciation Lunch. Those 3 things are about 10 miles apart and need to happen approximately in the same hour. I need to condense my talk from Stake Primary Training and send it to Margaret so she can finish our last Newsletter and get it distributed....AND there's a Commissioner Meeting tonight @ Roundtable. Kanani and I will be teaching a class. It'll help fulfill part of one of my Woodbadge tickets.
I need to get away from this computer, start the soup, and get kidlets ready for school. I love life. I wonder if this busy-ness is ALSO on the "high risk for obesity" list? duh!!!
Last night I got a chance to meet the Stake Leaders from Provo East Stake. They are all a bunch of fine dedicated people. I got to talk most with the Primary people. They have many good things lined up! I do, however, admit I'm a little concerned with the Scouting program. I want what is the best for the boys. Everyone seemed open for suggestions. I don't want to step on toes and impose ideas...but I've just come from an exceptionally run Scouting program and I saw how well it went. hmmm... it's time to get the shoes on and jaunt over to school. It's our Carnival this Friday. I hope it will go well!