On Sunday at Ward Conference, after paying whole dollar bills for his tithing, for the first time of making his OWN "real" money, Jared asked him how he felt. And he spread his arms out wide and said he was this this this this this happy.
Today in Old Town S.D. we looked in at this old beautiful Spanish Villa. Taken by the spinning woman, we watched for quite some time as she turned carded sheeps wool into thread. Referencing kids wanting to stick their fingers through the spokes while turning, I said Lukas was pretty cautious. He replied: Yeah! Not like Briar Rose!!!
The rich man, Espirilla, who built the fancy villa built himself a catholic chapel as one of the rooms. As we looked inside indentifying the room as the chapel I mentioned to Lukas that I saw the kneeling bench, the large candles, and the Jesus, and without skipping a beat he added, "And the Liahona....".
Lukas thought the decanter in a catholic chapel today was the Liahona. And still does. :)