My mom helped put together a video sketch for their ward's Relief Society Birthday dinner. A little tribute to the service we women provide, along with some great stereotypes we see in our culture. It's hilarious! She is the "southern" brunette Sadie in the black and white. (She picked up that accent on her visits to Tennessee.) Check it out this weekend. Maybe in between General Conference.
A few thoughts for after you've watched it.
1. Lasagna - After I my last baby I received 6 meals from the women in my ward. 3 were lasagnas. 1 was a baked spaghetti.
2. I always thought the green jello joke was something from back in the 50's or something. But since I've been in Boise, jello as a refreshment has been brought up in three separate Relief Society planning meetings I've attended. Once as a side dish to lasagna.
3. Not all Mormons knit. Or crochet. Or whatever you do when you make an afghan.
4. My mom is awesome. (Yes, it was fun having her as a mother. And no. Her hair is not normally that big.)
Have a great weekend! I'm off to make some Funeral Potatoes.