The Journey to Freedom

The Journey to Freedom

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

It is a small world.

Ten and we just arrived home from teaching our class by the temple.   We were thrown out of the High Counsel room tonight so we went to the Relief Society which threw young men and young women opening exercises out.  But they let us stay in the Relief Society room.  Our class went well tonight. We have a young lady who has been a member 4 years, a young man that has been a member 4 months, and another young man that has been a member 2 months.   It is fun to be back teaching.  So a young lady from the Barlow took the temple shuttle to get to the stake center to see the bishop for a BYU application.  We told her if she wanted to stay for class we would give her a ride home after. So we are talking in the car.  We found so many connection to her that I was amazed.  1) Her Grandmother was one the first organist at the Jerusalem Center. 2) She went to the Jerusalem center and knew my sister and brother who were serving there at the center. 3) She went to Timpview High School.  4) She knew who I was but  I didn't teach her.  She said you are the Sister Anthony that everyone loved.  I wanted to have you.  5) She knew our good friend Mark.  6) She knew some of the students I knew.  That is a small world when you make that many connection.  We had so many connections that we just kept discovering.

We also got in an endowment session and a sealing session at the temple today.

2 comments:

  1. Tell Katie hello and that we love her.

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  2. You have a reputation! That is really neat that the word going around about you is that you were a good teacher. It doesn't surprise me at all.

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