I chatted with the checkout man at Khol's yesterday while I was rifling through my purse to get my wallet and find a coupon. By the time I had everything I needed, I looked up to hand him the coupon. That's when it happened. I let out a little yelp and jumped back! So embarrassing... The seemingly normal Khol's employee had those bold colored/crazy designed contacts in his eyes. Halloween isn't for 6 months buddy. I quickly finished my transaction and got outta there!
Scott goes on business trips about every few months. They are only a few days long, but those are always a long few days. But, after talking with BeeGee (Grandma) I've realized it is kind of nice because I can do whatever I want without feeling selfish (read: SEW), I can skip making dinner if I want to, I can watch the shows I like, and most importantly, it makes having him home all the sweeter once he returns. Welcome home babe!
I found my planner. I'm surprised I never blogged about losing it. Turns out my planner was in my church bag. But, I didn't know that for two weeks since we had conference. Also, I have a really fun time with my primary class. I look forward to hanging out with them and teaching them the gospel. It's a great calling because I love to teach and play fun games, but it is not as intimidating as teaching sunday school. The most entertaining part of class is when a child raises their hand to give an "unrelated comment." Each child gets 2 unrelated comments - an effort to keep the random, long-winded stories down, and learning time up! Two of my favorite comments have been 1) a detailed account of a kid seeing Rudolph and Santa on the neighbor's roof in February and 2) a recount of a taekwando match with an accompanying display of the flying pigeon kick. Don't worry, Scott home teaches that family, so he got to see the kick too. My kids are 7 turning 8. Perfect age :) Primary is always a good time!