Saturday, June 19, 2010


Erik's primary teacher told me the other day about an experience she had with him in class...She was teaching a lesson on faith, and in the middle of class Erik raised his hand. She called on him and this was their conversation:

Erik-I don't like my sister.
Sis. Stevens-I'm sure you love your sister. She might make you mad sometimes, but I'll bet you love her.
Erik-No, I don't like her. Not even a little bit.

Sister Stevens let it drop and continued with her lesson...about fifteen minutes later, Erik raised his hand again.

Sis. Stevens- Yes Erik.
Erik-I guess I like my sister.

Needless to say, faith kinda went in one ear and out the other that day.


Kristy said...

It was so good to see you and your family!

Wise Family said...

That is so funny! Sometimes I wonder (and worry) what my kids are telling their teachers in Primary! We were sitting in on opening exercises last Sunday because Abby had to recite the 10th article of faith and one of our good friends sons gave a talk. We were dying! It was so funny because he hadn't prepared anything so he decided to talk about his dad since it was Father's Day. His mom plays the piano and I am betting she would liked to have crawled away and hidden in a corner!