Day of rest. Watched General Conference. Some highlights from both Saturday and Sunday:
When Elder Hales talked about the man that taking care of his wife who had Alzhiemers, including the combing of hair, Sarah said she never wanted to get Alzhiemers implying the horrible results of me combing her hair.
Our son Joseph, who will perhaps will win the family impatience award, the one who I constantly have to teach that running immediately behind somebody can be a position of strength, was the first one to comment on President Uchtdorf's remarks about how we get more impatient with technology the more familiar we become with it.
Elder Anderson mentioned a couple in Ukraine that got to know each other on a bus when Svetlana (which incidentally means "of light") talked to Victor about the Book of Mormon. This reminded me a of Russian comedy "Where is the nofelet?" "nofelet" is a Russian backwards spelling of telephone. In the movie a middle-aged engineer (Pavel) is having a hard time getting married. His cousin, who naturally has a lot of success with women, is teaching him how to flirt and suggests he should use the "nofelet" line. Pavel throughout the movie rejects all of the candidates suggested by his cousin, and thinks the "nofelet" line is stupid. Every day he sees a woman on the bus that he likes but is too shy to approach. He keeps dreaming of marrying her and having eight children. The movie ends with him approaching her with a question about the "nofelet" and receiving a positive response.