Sunday, August 12, 2007

where was I?

My alarm went off at 7:00 this morning, which means I was out of bed around 8:25--just enough time to get ready for 9:00 church. I ran out the door, a bit apprehensive because today is the day they kick some people out and bring new people in. I don't like change. It's taken me two years to get used to this ward. And now the rumor is that the male/female ratio will now be 1:1. I suppose I should be ecstatic. I'm not. I'm annoyed.

Anyway, out of bed 8:25. Out the door by 8:50. I arrive at the chuch just a few minutes later and notice a sign on the door of our usual chapel announcing a ward that's not mine. So I walk upstairs to the appropriately-named upper chapel--another ward that's not mine. I'll spare you the details that should be between this discovery and the discovery that my ward is not only changing people, we're changing time this week. To 12:30. In the afternoon.

There are few words, and none of them appropriate.


heath said...

Oh how funny. I'm sure not so much at the time, but I can just imagine your reaction. So what's this about changing up the ward? I really need to come see you and get major updates of your life.

eleka nahmen said...

I hope you said them. It tends to make one feel better, and is a lot less painful than hitting things.

Anonymous said...

one question being--why didn't you come to my fireside last night? mlh

mlh said...

My new blog: mlhedengren.blogspot.

It's not entirely fabulous...yet.

Anonymous said...

I'm imagining you cursing to yourself outside the church door and it makes me very happy. Not because I take pleasure in your misfortune, just because I love hearing you swear.

B.G. Christensen said...

Where are you now?


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