On locking doors…

Yesterday, I learned a great deal.  Let me share this newly acquired knowledge with you.

First, I learned that when sharing a quote in sacrament meeting, your options are wide open.  Three talks: three quotes.  Our first talk was talking about helping those in times of trial or need, and he shared this quote: “I may not be able to carry the ring, but I can carry you.”  Yes my friends, that’s a line from Lord of the Rings.  The next speaker misquoted Dumbledore, crediting Harry Potter instead.  (And as we all should know, Harry never has a single moment of insightfulness in any of the 7 books.)  Third speaker in church took the award for most questionable quote: “Fate seldom calls upon us in a moment of our choosing.”  I really didn’t know you could cite Optimus Prime from the pulpit.

Second lesson learned: if you’re making out with your girlfriend in her kitchen, you should lock the door.  (This reminds me of a previous post.)  Otherwise, someone you think is the General Relief Society President might walk in and catch you, and you might end up having awkward conversation with her husband.

The third thing that I learned: my girlfriend doesn’t embarrass.  She’s pretty much the coolest girl ever, and I’m not just saying that because she’s the only one who reads my blog. 🙂  But it’s safe to say that my girlfriend is cooler than your girlfriend.

So can nobody say that I don’t learn stuff on Sunday.

Currently listening to:  You and Me by Plain White T’s

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