Saturday was a busy, busy day! It all started off at 6:00 AM when Erik had to go down to the stake center to set up for the blood drive. Erik, Ashley, Lindsay and I all gave this time. It was Lindsay's first time to give blood and she did great! I was proud of her!
Then I frantically came home and finished up making soup and dessert for our Stake Primary luncheon at 11:00. It was a lot of fun seeing everyone. Before I go into that, (just so I remember) Erik received two tickets at Christmas time to go to the Barrett Jackson car show in Scottsdale all day while we were at the luncheon. He had a GREAT time - just wished he could have bid on a few cars! Maybe next time honey! haha!
The luncheon was great and we had representatives from all ten wards show up. We had five different kinds of soups and desserts and also homemade rolls by Karen - who makes AMAZING rolls! LOVE, LOVE them! We ended up making cans for each of the wards. Inside each of the cans were visual aids and different ideas they could use in a pinch. Ros also made up a binder for each of the four buildings in our stake to be placed in the piano bench. They listed songs from previous primary sacrament programs that we love to sing but no longer have the music too. Great idea! We had our high councilman and a member of our stake presidency show up too with their wives. They are such a great support for the Primary! LOVE that!! We ended up giving them a melted snowman cookie with a note attached saying that if they were feeling stressed or deflated to call us. They turned out cute! It was a fun luncheon!