I turned 34 yesterday! The first thing on my birthday agenda was to pick up Rachael for her baptism and attend her baptism, which included speaking about baptism before she got baptized. What I had written out for a talk didn't feel right, so I ended up abandoning the talk and relying on the spirit. Very stressful, but I felt good after my talk. I brought Rachael home after the baptism and then headed over to my parents' home for my birthday celebration. Matt and Zach were waiting in the driveway when I pulled in. Matt had taken Zach to work with him. My mom had taken Zoe and Emily with her after the baptism to the grocery store and they weren't back yet. I have a key to my parents' house, but the door I have a key to was blocked with wood. We waited outside for a bit and then my dad pulled in. Not long after, my mom drove in and we unloaded the groceries and cooked the lobster and salmon for dinner. What a yummy dinner it was! Well worth the wait. I opened many wonderful cards and received money to spend, yay! Zoe made me a beautiful necklace. The birthday cake was cute and delicious!
Matt left with Zach and I got the kids in the Yukon and went for my keys. Where are my keys? After searching everywhere I thought they could be, I realized that Matt must have them. He got Zach into our house and then had to get Zach back in the car and drive back to my parents' house to give me my keys. The first thing on my to-do list tomorrow is to put the spare key back on the Yukon.
Aimee was released today as the Primary President, so I was released as her counselor. I was called to teach the adult Sunday School class. I am excited and nervous at the same time. It has been 4 years since I have been in Sunday School and the teacher that got released today, Cathie McCoy, is an AWESOME teacher. I'm sure once I have a few Sundays under my belt I won't be so nervous, but next Sunday is going to be stressful. Dodie Sullivan is the new Primary President with Courtney Wilson and Sunshine Barrett as her counselors, and Jae Lee as the secretary. The Primary kids are going to love their new presidency as they get to know them, and vice versa.