Yesterday was a good day. Besides it being Mother's Day, I was released from my calling as Primary President. I had been serving as President for almost 3 years, and had been in the presidency for 2 years before that. I'm having some mixed emotions about it. In general, I'm excited to move on to a new chapter in my life. On the other hand...I'm not too sure about going to Relief Society.
From what I understand there are actual discussions that happen there.
And we don't burst into song every few minutes there.
How will I focus when I don't have 3,000 other details rambling around in my brain?
Will I be able to give insightful comments?
Who will I sit by?
Will I finally be able to convince my husband to go to Sunday School? And if I do, and I don't like it either...how will I get out of it without seeming like a hypocrite?
Will I be sad as I walk past the primary room and hear them singing my favorite song?
Who will give my kids the stink eye if they're not behaving like perfect little angels?
On second thought, I bet none of that will even matter, because I'm pretty sure I'll be the 'snag-from-the-hall-because-Sis.-so-and-so-didn't-show-up-
In other news...I've been asked to be the Enrichment Leader. I have no idea what that entails, but I'm excited to find out.