So Did I ever mention that Scott and I got called to teach the CTR 5's?? I thought it was going to be ok, I was still really optimistic last week. We haven't been set apart yet, but I almost don't want to. Let's just say I had a very bad day trying to be the teacher for that class today alone. Scott went home after Sacrament Meeting because of his eye. He got drops but they don't kill the pain so he's really hating life right now. It makes his eyes water a ton and thus his nose runs so he sounds like he's sick even though he is not. Did you know that your tear ducts drain through the nose which is why you get a runny nose when you cry?? We wanted to know why you get a runny nose when you cry so we did what we do best--we googled it. We found a kids website that told us the answers plain and simple. We found out some other interesting things too. Like when it's cold outside your nose runs because it condenses and forms droplets in your nose becuase of the difference in temperatures. Also, when you are sick there's a build up of mucus in your sinuses which is why you feel "stuffy"
Anyway, I hate primary, I feel really dumb and I feel like a couple of the kids deliberately are misbehaving because I"m new. I was so upset today that I had to keep from crying in church and just totally let it all out when I came home--which made Scott feel really bad, but I couldn't really help it.
They may be slightly easier to handle with Scott there too, but I still miss relief society. I don't really want to be a babysitter when I go to church and that's all it feels like with these particular kids. grrrrrr.
Anyway, that's enough from me.