Wednesday, January 25, 2006


...we went to dinner with my sister and brother-in-law. It was a very lovely dinner at Macaroni Grill. Yummy stuff.

As we entered the restaurant, there was a large group of ladies in line ahead of us. I immediately recognized 2 of them, and mistakenly thought they were just out together, having dinner. But then, as I looked around, there was nearly half of my ex-ward's Relief Society. This is exciting, because I just resigned my membership from the Church.

The funny part was when I told the original 2 ladies, "I thought you 2 were out together, then Margot turned around, and I'm like, 'Oh my God! Everyone is here!'" The reason this is funny, is because as soon as I declared that blaspheme, all the heads of the other ladies whipped around to see who could've been talking like that! HAHAHA!!! They didn't expect to see their local apostate, I'm sure.

Thus ends my first confrontation as an ex-Mormon.


Eight Hour Lunch said...

You nkow, I find I like to swear a lot more now for that reason. ;)

Runtu said...

Once when I was in Salt Lake, I was in line with a friend at the church employees' credit union. We were talking about someone, and I said, "He was being such a smart ass." Everyone glared at me.

Feels good to not care what Mormons think, doesn't it?

Eight Hour Lunch said...

Is it that we don't care, or because we do care we chose to stir the turds? Speaking for myself, I think it's just important that I am recognized for what I am, and in Utah, for what I am not: LDS.