I passed a note on Sunday asking the counselor in the Bishopric to make an announcement.
It said, “Come to enrichment on Thursday and work on a project or play basketball.”
He looked at LG and said, “Is she serious?”
Yep, dead serious. The counselor could barely read it over the pulpit without a chuckle.
“Hey”, I screamed. “If the boys can play and the kids can play, why not the women?”
(O.k. I didn’t scream this out loud in case you were worried…it was just in my head)
And just in case the basketball isn’t tempting enough, who doesn’t want to work on a project?
O.k. maybe projects aren’t that appealing BUT with company of NO children and NO men, but other chatty women and food, what woman can resist? Especially if they don’t actually have to work.
We shall see if we get more than 5 women out tonight.
Thanks to Jennifer for being the most aweseme enrichment leader ever.
She’s going to move away and leave me hanging. How dare she!
And a sidenote here. We have decided to combine our mini-classes into one night and go back to having one enrichment a month. With the same 10 women attending it was just too much to try and do something once a week. And we all want to be enriched. So, once a month, we will have three hours to try three new things. I am pumped. If you are LDS and outside the state of Utah, what do you do to make your enrichment miniclasses work?