Sunday, October 25, 2015

Primary Program

We had our Primary program today. I woke up with a pit in my stomach. I was kind of nervous, but then I quickly remembered that all the work had been done, and there was nothing I could do at this point to help the kids do any better. I also remembered that they don't watch me anyway... so there's no reason for me to stress ;)

The program went really well, and so many people said so many nice things to me today. The comment that made me feel the best was "I heard all the songs! I heard every word!" I got so excited when I heard that. That's all that matters!

During primary today, they did something different, and it turned out that they didn't need me. I actually got to go to Relief Society for the first time in a long time! I was so excited! It was kind of funny because I walked in and felt out of place. That kind of felt good, because missing Relief Society (and the social interaction involved) was my biggest worry about accepting the calling. So feeling like I belonged in the calling/area I am serving makes me feel really good, and kind of helps take that thing-I-don't-love-about-my-calling away.

That being said, I quickly got into the lesson and felt right at home. I like being taught on Sundays. I love learning from the wise sisters around me.


  1. Primary chorister is the BEST calling, and I am sure you are so good at it. Glad your program went well!

  2. Yay! I get a pit in my stomach too but that is mainly because in our old ward, the kids didn't sing that loud at all and I was basically playing in a recital. Glad it went well