I've written before about my sweet daughter Alanna. Alanna is a role model to me in many ways.
Her daughter, Reynna, started seminary this year. Seminary is an early morning church lesson. Teachers volunteer their time, to prepare and to teach the youth (ages 14-18) gospel principles. This is no easy matter. Seminary starts at 6 am, going until 6:50, when the kids leave for school. Those stalwart men and women who teach seminary receive no compensation and precious little recognition.
Why am I telling you about seminary teachers (other than to make you grateful that you aren't one)? I share this with you to help you understand why Alanna is my role model. She told me that she had the impulse (see yesterday's blog) to send a thank-you card to Reynna's seminary teacher.
Alanna crafts beautiful cards, each a miniature work of art. To receive one is to receive a cherished gift. I can only imagine Reynna's teacher's delight and surprise to receive such a card.
Joy for today: finding a role model in my daughter.