The babe is snoring softly in her bed, so I will take this opportunity to teach you all a lesson that I've learned in the past week here in this exotic land.
Since we've been here, 3 separate people have randomly approached me and word for word have said, "What ward are you in?"
Now, at first I thought it was one of those stories like the BYU students in Jerusalem who were told not to talk to people about their beliefs, but the people complained that they still had a light in their eyes.
Then, I realized that in every case, I was wearing my sister's BYU sweatshirt. (She doesn't know that I have it... and she won't until she gets back from her mission and sees all our pictures. In some instances, an eye for an eye still applies.)
It reminded me of this talk that was given at a BYU forum.
There's something very creepy and yet comforting that there are people all over the world who are watching.
Speaking of creepy...