A Sunday at home

On Sunday in Relief Society we had a lesson on the temple. It made me think I should go more often, but the logistics at this time are kind of complicated. Clarissa attached herself to me all day long, and it’s hard to be apart from her for longer than an hour. But I suppose if Abe and I can figure out a way to go to Mexico, then I can figure out a way to go to the temple.

After church we had a visit from our home teacher, Josh. After his visit we had spaghetti and a tofurkey roast for dinner. I’ve had it in the freezer since last Thanksgiving, and we decided to finally give it a try. It was delicious! I still like real turkey better, but I also love tofurkey. It was fun to eat it as a roast.

For FHE my mom told us stories about my great grandparents on her father’s side. Then she quizzed the girls about the stories. It was good to learn about them because she has their pictures hanging in her room, and the girls see the pictures all the time. Now they know some stories to go with the pictures.