As an 11 year, Sister Robinson was my Primary adviser.
We met at her home twice a month.
At her home, she prepared activities
like croqueting, pulling taffy,
memorizing the Articles of Faith,
and jumping on her trampoline.
She was awesome then!
Again when I was 16,
she was my young woman's adviser.
She continued her friendship and love.
She has always been apart of my life.
She has shown through her patience,
love, and steadiness how to live and follow
I'm grateful for her influence and the chance
to meet up with her for a quick breakfast.