Let's see...after some serious thinking about this I came up with the following:
I met my dear husband of thirty years at a witness wedding.
I enjoyed going on breaks in service, but only if they had chocolate donuts with creme filling.
I enjoyed going to conventions because we got to stay at a motel, eat out and get lunch served between morning and afternoon snoozes. (When the new lunch arrangement was instituted that really sucked. The only way I could get the kids to have any enjoyment at the convention was to bring unlimited amounts of pudding, danishes and generic cola.)
I enjoyed going to meetings in the summer because the hall had air conditioning and we didn't.
I enjoyed the picnics and roller skating parties until they were forbidden...yes...they really were forbidden...oops...getting a might too negative there. Sorry Minimus
I liked buying a new dress for every memorial and circuit assembly and at least two new outfits for the district conventions (I would have to wear one outfit from the circuit assembly to the three day district convention because my husband said it was getting way to expensive having to keep up with all the other sisters outfits and we were going to the conventions/assemblies for spiritual upliftment and it wasn't a gosh darn fashion show.)
And I had to get new earrings and shoes to match.
Now I have run out of positive things. And that is all I have to say about that!