Growing up, I didn’t like the Primary Program. I was a usually shy and a reserved person. I had three siblings at that time in Primary, and we always tried to look out for each other. My younger sister Josie was terrified of people, so our awesome Primary teachers, let her sit before class started. This helped her be less afriad. Other older girls in our Branch, also helped her conquer her fear. I am so grateful for all that they did. Every Primary Program, Josie would sit near me, so she would not be afriad. Then, I would walk up with her, and whisper what she had to say in her ear. Sadly, she never quite got the courage to say her part. I don’t honestly blame her, one of my fears is public speaking too. I would later get up and say my own part. I remember dreading the Primary Program, and barely singing. As I got older, and my time to leave primary nearer, I said to myself, “I will never miss Primary Program” – But I do. For those of you that are still in primary, remember that no matter how much you don’t like something, (Such a singing, or giving a talk…Or the PRIMARY PROGRAM) Remember that you are going to most likely miss it, so take advantage of your time in Primary, and learn all you can.