I was going to tell you that even though I haven't been the ward organist for four months the one day that I am asked to sub is the day we sing True to the Faith and how the number of times I have had to play that song on the organ in this ward has entered into ridiculous levels and how, when I mentioned this to the chorister she said, "No, we've maybe only sung it twice," and how I refrained from being snarky and reminding her that last year we did, in fact, sing it twice...IN ONE MONTH and that I may still be holding a grudge that only gets worse the more I have to play it and how I am now determined to learn that song IF IT KILLS ME! Which it probably will. If my ward really wants a laugh they will play that as the closing hymn at my funeral.
But no, I'm not going to tell you about it because clearly I'm a bit sensitive about it. Instead I'm going to tell you that we had an Olympic themed Primary activity on Saturday and it was hilarious fun. We had the kids doing speed skating on paper plates and bobsledding on sleeping bags. They curled and played hockey and made flags and had a parade of nations and got gold medals at the end. Oh it was fun. I love those kids. They make me laugh. And they don't care that I can't play True to the Faith.