Just a little about the personality differences between my grandson and my granddaughter. Both are in Primary and I was asked to substitute for the pianist.
My granddaughter was straight across from the piano and pretty much acted like I wasn’t even in the room. I even attempted to raise my eyebrows when I thought she was looking my direction and I got no response.
When the senior primary came in, my grandson sat in about the same location where my granddaughter was sitting in junior primary. His first remarks were, “Hey, there’s my grandpa.” Several times he commented and glanced over and smiled.
Yes, there is a world of difference between these two siblings. I love them both, but boy, are they sure different.
We returned to the church building tonight for a fireside with Elder Bennett. He’s quite a character. He said some very useful things that I need to implement in my life. It was great being there to hear him share his comments.
The fireside was for the temple workers and served as a goodbye to the out-going Temple Presidency – Presidents and Sisters Brighton, Broadbent and Cahoon. Elder and Sister Bennett also talked, and we had a wonderful musical number by Elder Nielsen (from Sacrament0).
We didn’t stick around because Spencer had prepared a standing rib roast and they were holding dinner until we got home. Oh, that roast was so good. It is nice having a second person in the house that appreciates good beef.