All I have to do is move an hour south and my Sainthood will be assured. | Overstuffed Overstuffed

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

All I have to do is move an hour south and my Sainthood will be assured.

For Family Home Evening last night, Joel read a scripture out of Acts (I think....anyway Paul was talking to people somewhere). When he said that Paul was speaking to the Saints, he asked the girls what Saints were.



Chloe: The Latter-day Saints!



Bria: The people of St. George?

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  1. If only it were that easy, right?

    What a funny comment - your girls crack me up!

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  2. And there you have it. Time to make that calling and election sure!

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  3. Funny! I know a lot of people from StG and it could be true. :)

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  4. I guess I need to move south, if that is what it takes.

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  5. I have always wanted to know where they gathered too. Thanks for answering.

    So cute Lara.

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  6. in planning a 3 mile hike for our young women I indicated that I didn't think it was particularly necessary to head out of town to find anything too rugged, that many of the simple trails locally would suffice. The YW President followed my comment with her testimony of how important it is for the YW to complete this hike (mind you its a one time deal) because ...and I quote..."At some point they will be required to walk to Missouri to gather with the saints, this is really important." Apparently there won't be any vehicles in the future, and all 12 million of us are going to gather in Missouri...the revelation that we should build zion in our own homes across the world apparently has been reversed. Who knew? So when you head to St. George, don't take your car with you, and make sure the kids know its only temporary and you'll be walking your way to Missouri as soon as you get the call from your home teacher.

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  7. I will have to move way North and nope to COLD for me! JK I would do what ever but still!

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  8. Clan of the Cavehair's cracking me up over here . . .

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  9. HAHAHAHAHAHA!! I love kids--especially the things that come out of their mouths!!

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  10. Lisa, it's totally true. Don't you know that the prophecy says we have to travel by handcart again?

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  11. If that's all it takes, I'm outta here!

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  12. Funny! But then again, there might be something to Bria's statement...(lol)

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  13. I'm 45 minutes north of you and up here WE thought you in Happy Valley are already in 'God's Country'! I guess it really is all about perspective!

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  14. maybe it's just me, but I agree with Bria....:)

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  15. Of course, you know where you end up if you pass straight through Sainthood and keep heading south...

    ...that's right. Las Vegas.

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  16. Well, I was going to write something about having to just go 1 1/2 hours north until I saw the last comment!!! There's nothing wrong with Las Vegas!!! ;-P There are a lot of super strong Christians here!!!

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  17. St. George? Oh, my! I laughed so hard I snorted. Good thing I don't blog and breakfast at the same time...

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  18. I didn't know that. I wasn't offended and was just teasing in my above comment. I hope no one else was offended. Sorry. Oh, and I actually think it might be fun to meet in St. George sometime.

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  19. I always knew there was something special about their red rock... and being so close to Zion. :)

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  20. I do always get a warm and fuzzy feeling when I drive through there!!

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  21. So funny! The church is truer in St. George, right?

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  22. Those people in St. George are pretty faithful.

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  23. LOL at your girls and at Just so lllmmmbbboo

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  24. Kids say the funniest things. Isn't it great that we at least have blogs so that we can share these little gems with the world?

    -Francesca

    PS: LOVE the new blog design. Sorry I haven't been by to see it before now.

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  25. If that's what's required to sainthood, I may have to be damned. ;)

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  26. and to think, i've been so close this whole time.

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  27. So cute! I want to go to the St. George temple someday!

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  28. Too funny. I'm not a fan of St. George though. Too hot, brown and deserty. Gee, I wonder why I wouldn't prefer that? lol

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