9.18.2007

Our wonderful ward




Last night i felt like i was in high school again. One of the young women from the ward had a class presentation to do today and she needed my help so we stayed up late listening to music, eating cookies, and writing a paper/making a poster, and running to kinkos to get copies. It was fun! Silvia's project turned out quite well, and I learned all about the fashion designer Halston.
This is her in her beautiful arby's uniform holding up her poster.





Anyway, back to the title of this post. Last night as Silvia and I were driving to go wish someone a happy birthday, we realized that glorious ellen circle (also known as felon, or as referred to by the bishop in ward council, Hell-en circle) was full of police cars, and ambulance, and a fire truck. Of course we had to see what was going on and we learned that some guy on the street hit or beat his girlfriend and she had to be taken away in an ambulance. crazy. our ward is hysterical. the biggest and best news in ward council on sunday was that the ward drug dealer was caught violating his parol by selling drugs and he is finally back in prison. we also learned on sunday in ward council that if you go to orem.org, you can check out the police reports, and a whole lot of them happen in our ward boundaries. we sure love this ward. never a dull moment.

5 comments:

Steve and Hailey said...

Yeah! That is so wonderful Laney! Sometimes (quite rarely) I miss high school and that would be a fun way to get a little glimpse.

Kent and Leisy said...

who would help these poor yw if the ward didn't? i miss ellen circle. this toledo neighborhood is much safer than our little hood in orem. people complain here and talk about how scary it is. i tell them about ellen.

ThomCarter said...

Wait, does the ward drug dealer only sell to members? Is that his calling?

Erin said...

What if they did a cops episode featuring every circle in our ward boundaries? (By the way, the cliche and collusion exhibit was AWESOME! Brought me back to my English major days).

Deneal said...

So glad we're not living on good old Felon Circle anymore! But we sure miss friends in the ward. It's nice to hear a little of what is going on(even if it is crazy stuff---wait it was always crazy stuff.)