I haven't got to write on my blog for a while, because I was so busy with school. Anyway, I wanted to make a quick post about something that may be able to happen if I could be able to try to do it.
Remember about my big accomplishment
in the Boy Scouts of America program? Well, one day Mom was showing me
this amazing award that could be counted for my collection of merit
badges. It was talking about this special award with the picture of
Thomas S. Monson. If you never heard of Thomas S. Monson, he's the LDS
prophet for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Salt Lake
City, Utah. He testifies in a special conference, called General
Conference that happens every first weeks of April and October a year.
If you like to know what General Conference is like, then you can find
it on TV on Channel 5 of KSL or on the internet at lds.org.
Anyway, about this award, it is called the Thomas S. Monson Award. The
requirements for this award is found on this website are on this is in
this Thomas S. Monson Award
link.I was thinking that I've been having experience of knowing how the
things that I've done in my life would help me know of how I should
experience the things that have happened to me while being autistic. I
hope that you have enjoyed this quick post, if you have any Boy Scouts
and are interested in this award, they can, besides, any Boy Scout at
any age is allowed to earn this merit badge.