So basically, I didn't get a nap which I had wanted to get in the afternoon, mostly because I talked with another of my friends in the dining room, and then an hour later I got home taught (at the very last moment I might add). Since home teaching is done monthly, lots of people seem to do it at the last minute i.e. either the Sunday before the last day of the month or on the last day of the month. That's ok, I did home teaching today, and I'm not sad about it :P.
I went to the Catholic church on campus's Mass on the Grass this afternoon, and it was really nice. It seemed very peaceful, and was made more neat by all of the neat bird churping we heard all through the singing, and praying, and kneeling, and sitting, and kneeling, and sitting and standing, and ... Fun times. It was definitely unique to go to mass outside, I'd do it again if asked. I wish we could hold church outside sometimes. That'd be cool.
As I said, I went and did some home teaching after the mass, and it has been good. Remingtona nd I like to think we've helped this person out a lot, so we like teaching her.
Came back, and Britany Denise et al made those sandwiches I talked about. Here's the recipe. They were pretty good.
-8oz fresh mozarella cheese (usually in the deli section or specialty items), cut into bite size cubes
-half bunch of vine ripened cherry tomatoes, cut into quarters
-enough chopped fresh basil to make the mixture look about equal with red, white and green
-garlic infused olive oil (i just heat the oil then add 1 cloved sliced garlic and heat thru...don't burn, it tastes nasty!)
Slice rolls in half, then brush one side with oil and the other with vinegar. Spoon tamato, basil, and cheese mixture onto one half of the roll, then top
with other half of roll. Grill in panini press until cheese melts. Or, place on cookie sheet and weight down ( I used a glass casserole dish full of water)
then bake for about 10 min at 300 degrees...take weight off and broil on low for about 5 minutes or until the bread is a bit crispy.
It's a vegetarian sandwich, but it was really surprisingly tasty, and pretty easy to make. I came back halfway through the making process, but it seemed like it'd probably be pretty easy.
And then I came back and started writing this. I think I need to go to bed though. Oh yeah, if you're curious about Mormons and why we do things, and also about the history of the whole thing, there's going to be a documentary on PBS on American Experience, called The Mormons. It's four hours, so will be split between two days, and it seems that they really made an effort to be accurate and objective about the whole thing. I don't have the exact web site of it, wait, here it is http://www.pbs.org/mormons/. It's on at 8 local here tomorrow night and Tuesday, and I think it should be on at the same time everywhere else, but a check of tv guide might help. American Experience documentaries are always good if you like history, so I'd highly recommend it if you don't have anything to watch and/or you're a nerdy person and/or you want to find out more of how the religion was formed and continues to grow. That's all from here.