Well, Artemis, FMH goddess of fertility, is sure to be pleased! You have Clark and Julie fully embracing the worldly Gentile heathen traditions like a couple of regular pagans. So when is the pilgramage to Stonehenge, you two? Holy fetchin heck!

Hey, how about more stuff like Brandolyn's , huh? Ever occur to you people to maybe have a Passover Seder and then explain how at the Last Supper Jesus changed that into the Sacrament, and then did the same thing a year later in the New World with the Nephites too? No, no, not enough pastel pink and blue dyed eggs, fake plastic grass and marshmallow peeps.

Yeah, now that is more like it!


Anonymous said... @ March 30, 2006 at 7:33 AM

Last week I was helping baby-sit two boys (6 and 8 years old) during Enrichment night.

The RS sisters were super-organized. They had an outline for us what to do, and had paper, materials, crayons, paints, and stuff all laid out. There was time scheduled on the outline for a short spiritual lesson.

When it came time to ask "What's Easter about?" both boys quickly replied Easter Eggs.

Stephen said... @ March 30, 2006 at 12:05 PM

Yeah, that is the feeling I get from a lot of kids.

And presents, lots of presents.

Aimee "Roo" said... @ March 30, 2006 at 11:40 PM

i think i must be a pagan at heart because i love pagan traditions!

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