Recently I made a green bean casserole and it turned out horribly. Is there an easier casserole to make? But I ruined it -- I used frozen beans so they were too crunchy, I used too much milk so it was too runny, and it just basically didn't taste very good at all. Last night I had a dream that I had to take that casserole to someone and they couldn't believe the Relief Society President had made something so awful. I guess this all means that I am having some anxiety about my new calling and having everyone see all of my weaknesses in glaring technicolor. I know that I can do lots of things with mediocrity, but not a whole lot with excellence and I don't want anyone to get frustrated with me and I most certainly don't want anyone to tell me that I did something subpar because I just might cry. Some people have told me that I probably knew this was coming since I was first counselor already, but I really didn't. I felt quite confident that Heavenly Father knew that me being the RS president would not be in the best interests for the ward -- or for me and my family, for that matter.
I have been feeling quite overwhelmed, but that could be because I found something else out the very same day I was called. Something funny. What do you think would be the absolute funniest thing I could find out? I'll let you think about it.
The worst thing is that now I have so many keys that my key ring rivals Matthew's and he keeps taking mine. That is the worst thing, right?