I read a news headline that read, “People Confused Over LDS and Mormon”.
It is quite simple. Mormon is a nickname given to members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or LDS, for short.
Now that the confusion is cleared up, it was a cold, windy, snowy day in Rochester. I got out of work to hear on the radio that with the windchill, the temperatures feel like -5F. It was 15F at the time according to the thermometer in my car.
We did our weekly grocery shopping at Walmart on the way home. We ran into a lady from church who said she’s stocking up because they might cancel school tomorrow. (She’s a school teacher.)
Okay… like you care, but Top Ramen was 17c a package. That’s darn cheap for noodles of any kind.
We came home and I made teriyaki chicken for putting on wheat rolls, and we watched The Work and The Glory – Part I. Enrico and Louise had never seen it before. It’s kind of cool watching a major motion picture that takes place in your front yard about 180 years ago.