In the meantime, how about a cute story from Primary? As part of the treasure hunt series of games, there was a short Jeopardy! game. One of the categories was "Our Primary" and the clue was "one of the counselors in the Primary presidency." The boys were having a hard time getting points (they were mostly visitors), so instead of giving it to whoever raised their hand, Athena called on one of those boys whose mother is the second counselor. He got a blank look on his face. After some helpful prodding, he finally said, "My mom!" "Can you put that in the form of a question?" And then there were more blank stares until the first counselor whispered in his ear, "Who is my mom?"
There was some more cuteness from Primary children about a week ago, when we told the girls who usually ride home with us that we would be going to a singles event because we were sad, lonely single people (the real reason is that they wanted us to do the music). One of them said, "You'll find someone. Just have faith!" Then after some discussion, she said, "Just don't marry any wackos."
Today I'm thankful for finishing that translation, surviving a new and more difficult workout (we're on our seventh week of the True Beginner program!), Gaston's proposed fan placement turning out to be effective after all, having some pound cake to look forward to at some point, and getting to watch Ever After High last night.