So I am going to apologize just a little up front, this is a post about me. I would also like to apologize because unless you are a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints this post will probably not make much sense or you wont understand some of the terms, and for that I am sorry.
So about 1 month ago it was announced that our bishopric would be changing. I wasn't really worried about it. Until Monday night when we got a call to go meet with the stake president. I think deep down I knew some changes were coming but I was in denial. I have only been Young Womens President for 10 months, so it could possibly be coming now. Well I was wrong. My husband was called as 2nd councilor in the bishopric. (Could be worse he could have been Bishop) They told me that night that I would need to be released from my calling. While sad I was at peace with it. I knew the changes coming to our family is what the Lord wants for us at this time. I guess to say that I was sad was an understatement. I was/am heartbroken! So Rip(I call him that because he can fall asleep anywhere any time, even standing up) was sustained as 2nd councilor, but it has taken a few weeks for me to be released because of General Conference and then a vacation. So a whole month of ups and downs, and dealing with a whole lot of tears and other emotions as to having to leave a calling I dearly. I have definately been comforted by the spirit. I was officially released on Sunday and the new president called. I really am excited for her and know that she is the one who is supposed to take over at this time. As I sit here my first Wednesday night without an activity to go to or carry out, I find myself once again a little heart broken. However I know without a shadow of a doubt that this is what is right for us, but I just needed to take a moment and really write this down. Maybe I just need a few words of encouragement from all of you. Either way I hope I havent bored you to tears, and that you will come back. I have after pictures of Tia I need to share with all of you!