Sunday, October 11, 2009

kids kids kids

Such funny, funny kids. I love our primary class so much. I don't want any other calling in our ward. I like to teach these kids.

Brad: Do you want to see my wisdom tooth?
Me: No thanks... but you have a wisdom tooth already you must be very smart
Brad: No- it just holds all my DNA. I know everything about science; like DNA and RNA... well actually I don't know what RNA is but I know about DNA. It is in every blood cell in your body. My dad knows how to take DNA out of a person and put it in a machine and make a clone.

Brad: How do you get to church if you are camping way up on the highest mountain above the clouds and the trees are falling down and regrowing?
Me: I don't know
Brad: That's the problem with camping.

Me: Where do we live?
Garrett: Ririe, Idaho!
Me: Does anybody know where Josh and I's house is?
Garrett: Oregon?
I was impressed by this because he has totally grasped that is where my parents live. He met my dad once and liked him enough to remember that little fact.

Brad: One time my dad's truck got stuck in the mud, but luckily we had a really strong rope. I offered to pull- it weighed like 25 gazillion thousand pounds.
Me: Wow, you must be pretty strong
Brad: It wasn't me- it was the Lord. He helped me.

Today was a good day. In singing time whichever class sang the loudest their teacher 'got' to wear a really silly hat. Our class sang so so loud and Josh got the beautiful, crazy hat. Also in class we had them draw on the chalkboard the story Josh was telling. Oh I wish I had my camera with me. They were wonderful drawings. The story was of some kids saying no to someone who wanted them to smoke. Garrett's included swords to vanquish the smokers.

We were also very proud today because in testimony meeting three of the five kids that were in our class today bore sweet testimonies of the Saviors love and the truthfulness of the gospel.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Halloween Decorations

Our ghosts are playing ring around the rosie. This was a really fun project for Josh and I to do. I love the way they turned out, especially in the dark. The tree they are around has some ropes crossing the middle and I'm trying to think of something fun to put there- but I haven't thought of anything yet.
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