They cancelled my missionary meeting today. This freed me up to do stuff with the girls and their children. While I had this extra time in the middle of the day, Elizabethe and I still have our temple shift tonight.
They went off and did some shopping. It is a good thing we have small fridges in the rooms. Otherwise, we wouldn’t have room in our refrigerator.
Our plan for tomorrow is to go to the Strong Museum of Play. We’ve never been there. This will be a first for all of us. Then, on Thursday we plan to drive to Harmony, Pennsylvania, and see the Priesthood Restoration Site.
Church cancelled today because of the snow and very cold temperatures. This is the first time they’ve done that since I lived here. This winter is brutal.
We spent most of the day in the bedroom where it is warm. It would be crazy to venture out for anything on a day like today.
Some how we ended up with two subscriptions to Amazon Prime. One under Elizabethe’s account and one under my account. Hopefully they will refund one of them, or at least extend our subscription.
Being stuck inside Elizabethe was looking through the TV schedule and noted that there is not much worth watching on TV. It seems that shows are either extremely vulgar, dark or sexual in nature. As a result, I ordered an on-demand movie from the 60s. It has no vulgarity, it was funny and light, and I think there was a brief kiss or two.
And, as much as social media attempts to run a “clean ship”, they leave it to people to complain. What’s wrong with simply saying that certain words are banned? Yeah, call it censorship, but most of us grew up with it. It came in the form of a small bar that said, “Dial” on the label.