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June 3rd, 2007

rain, church, and an activity tonight @ 05:28 pm

We're up to a 60% chance of rain this evening, but I don't think it's rained out here at the western part of town. I know it rained a whole lot headed east toward Clinton, but we're still pretty dry here.

Church went quite well today. I keep noticing differences between famly wards and singles wards, but I think I can handle them. I went to the Young Single Adults Sunday School class today, and that was cool. The president of the YSA came back from helping her sister move, so I now have a connection to that organization in the church and hopefully will be able to meet new people who are more close to my age. Tonight there's a dinner and a fireside (a broadcast from Salt Lake City targetting young single adults. It's in Knoxville, and I haven't been there yet, so it should be pretty neat. Jessica (the YSA President) is going to come by here to pick me up in about an hour, at which point we'll trek down to Knoxville for both temporal and spiritual food, yay. We've also got a deal that we might go to Institute together in exchange for me tutoring her in Chem II. I think this is a fair trade for sure.

Well, not much going on from here at the moment. I'll have more to write about I'm sure when I get back, but may write it tomorrow. More soon.
 
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From:sunnyblue
Date:June 5th, 2007 05:13 am (UTC)
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What do u mean by family wards and singles wards?
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From:djner
Date:June 6th, 2007 03:06 am (UTC)
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Sorry, I still promised I would explain sacramant and I forgot and now this. So let me explain family wards and singles wards. Basically a family ward is a ward where families or older people go. Generally it's not the quietest of places mostly because there's lots and lots of little kids there and they stay in the main church, so sometimes it sounds like a jungle in there. It's usually easy to pay attention to what's going on though once you get used to it. A single ward or a student ward is one where people from ages 18 to 30 can go and worship. THe family wards are geographically specific, meaning you go to the ward where you live, but the student or singles ward you can go to even if you live a bit away from it. Singles wards are a bit different than student wards as only single (unmarried) people go to those. Student wards, which is what I attend in Fayetteville, have married people in them, so basically you just have to be between 18 and 30. These wards are neat because you get to hang out and worship with with people that are your age, and there are activities for people that are your age too. Make sense?
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From:sunnyblue
Date:June 6th, 2007 05:49 am (UTC)
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Yeah it does. I had no idea.

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